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Fresh Grocer employees said the general supermarket reopened Tuesday, but the kitchen area, where the Philadelphia Department of Health violations were most concentrated, would reopen Wednesday. 
08/19/19 5:49pm
A sign posted outside the store noted that "occupancy after 8/19/19 at 1:07 p.m. is illegal," adding that to reopen, the Fresh Grocer must undergo re-inspection and pay a $315 fee. 
08/19/19 2:30pm
Some well-known Penn professors include Jeb Bush, Buzz Bissinger, Dorothy Roberts, Adam Grant, and Kathleen Hall Jamieson. 
08/14/19 10:40pm
Six officers received non-fatal gunshot injuries after narcotics officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant at a North Philadelphia home, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
08/13/19 12:48am
Universities, philanthropists, rowing clubs, and city and state government collectively committed $4.5 million to dredge the Schuylkill River of silt and debris for the first time in over twenty years. 
08/13/19 12:34am
Meet Bradley Tusk, the Penn alumnus who is trying to revolutionize the way we vote through mobile voting.
08/06/19 10:42pm
1987 College graduate Jon Huntsman Jr.'s resignation will take effect on Oct. 3.
08/04/19 2:35pm
Patel has worked with multicultural and Asian-American groups since her time as an undergraduate, and says she will continue to connect with Penn students in her new role.
08/01/19 6:55pm
Hospital of University of Pennsylvania and Penn Presbyterian Medical Center ranked at No. 18 for the U.S. News & World Report 2019-20 Best Hospitals Honor Roll, four spots lower than its previous year's ranking. 
08/01/19 11:39am
The suspects are two males driving a burgundy or maroon Chevy Trailblazer. 
07/29/19 8:10pm
Authorities discovered the college consultant at the center of the national scandal in 2016 while investigating Philip Esformes, the parent who bribed a former coach to help ensure his son's admission to Penn, the Los Angeles Times reported.
07/27/19 5:18pm
Aramark, the concessions supplier of Penn's other athletics facilities, will take over the space.
07/24/19 12:46am
“It is important to our organizations that we make clear and offer an opportunity for our classmates to clarify that Professor Wax’s statements do not represent students at Penn Law," rising second-year Penn Law student Yericca Morales said. 
07/23/19 10:18pm
“At best, the reported remarks espouse a bigoted theory of white cultural and ethnic supremacy; at worst, they are racist," Ruger wrote. 
07/18/19 5:51pm
At a conference attempting to build a new, non-racist “conservative nationalism," Wax argued for an immigration policy favoring immigrants from Western countries over non-Western countries.
07/17/19 11:12am
Chester Hollman III was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of a Penn student in 1991. Now, his charges will be formally dismissed later this month, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
07/16/19 6:08am
“I certainly was not struck by any sense that I’m sitting before a genius," the admissions officer said.
07/15/19 11:29pm
The Greenfield Intercultural Center recently released a full-time job posting for the position, which was previously part-time. For years, FGLI advocates have said the role is too demanding to accomplish in a part-time capacity.
07/14/19 12:43am
All victims are in stable condition at local hospitals. 
07/13/19 5:28pm
The former vice president earned nearly $800,000 from working at Penn as a professor.