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Philadelphia

09/30/22 12:34am
Approximately 100 people gathered at the LOVE statue on Thursday night at a vigil for Mahsa Amini, who was reportedly beaten to death by Iranian morality police.
09/28/22 10:28pm
The building, which will be located at 3615 Chestnut Street, will have 363 units and be named The Mark at Philadelphia.
09/28/22 12:08pm
Over 150 members of the Local 397 union — which represents the PMA workers — formed a picket line at the museum’s entrance on Monday.
09/27/22 1:04am
In 13 short speeches, representatives from FFP and other campus and local activism groups explained FFP’s three major demands.
09/26/22 12:15am
Plans to sell the UC Townhomes, an affordable housing complex in University City, have shone a spotlight on the issue of subsidized housing in Philadelphia and reinvigorated years-old demands against Penn to give back more to its surrounding community.
09/22/22 12:55am
The average tech salary in Philadelphia increased by 11.9% from 2021 to 2022. 
09/21/22 8:45pm
The new building will be a 50,000-square-foot office and retail building, and construction is expected to begin by January 2023.
09/16/22 12:18am
The proposed line, which will be called the Roosevelt Boulevard Subway, would stretch as far north as Neshaminy in Bucks County, Pa., and will continue south to Center City. 
09/16/22 12:12am
The annual survey found that nearly 1 in 4 Philadelphians over the age of 16 worked from home in 2021 — a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic — compared to only 1 in 20 that did so in 2019.
09/14/22 12:01am
There have been no cases at Penn this semester and the risk of an outbreak on campus remains “extremely low,” according to Penn Public Health and Wellbeing.
09/13/22 1:49am
A reinspection report by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health's Office of Food Protection cleared Acme, located at 40th and Walnut Streets, to reopen to the public.
09/09/22 9:01pm
Philadelphia City Councilmembers Helen Gym and Kendra Brooks released a joint statement in support of extending the federal contact with HUD and "committing city dollars" to ensure affordability.
09/08/22 4:35pm
A recent inspection of the building found multiple instances of mice feces and a live mouse, as well as an accumulation of debris and grease in several areas of the store. 
09/06/22 10:50pm
Philadelphia beat out second- and third-rudest cities Memphis, Tennessee and New York as the rudest city in the United States.
09/02/22 12:38am
Biden's speech was delivered in front of Independence Hall at 8 p.m. on Sept. 1.
09/01/22 10:34pm
Tenants in the 70-unit townhouse complex have until Oct. 8 to find affordable housing.
09/01/22 12:06am
The prime-time event at Independence Hall is the second of Biden's three planned campaigning events in Pennsylvania this week.
08/13/22 2:40pm
The partnership, known as Design to Thrive, seeks to teach underrepresented students about architecture and design.
08/03/22 11:56pm
The vaccine is currently being administered to those either in contact with people who have monkeypox or who have been identified as at risk of the virus.
08/02/22 9:08pm
Residents argue those engaged with the encampment are residents and invited guests — allowed to be on the property. The local sheriff's office is responsible for enforcing the judge's ruling of vacating the encampment, and has yet to carry out the judge's order.