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Philadelphia

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. 
07/31/22 4:29pm
Hamilton Court contains 103 units, with a total of 295 student beds, and 21,400 square feet of retail space. The sale of the complex represents a record price per unit of over $800,000.  
07/29/22 5:13pm
WPSI has provided resources, job placement, and training for underemployed and unemployed West Philadelphia residents since 2009. Pew's donation will contribute to expanding WPSI’s reach in the city.
07/27/22 10:29pm
The stadium is proposed to be built at 11th and Market streets inside the Fashion District, due to the team's lease with Wells Fargo Center ending in 2031.
07/25/22 3:43pm
The Science History Institute will be the society’s headquarters, providing space for onsite programming, and Penn will fund mentorship and work opportunities for students with the society’s executive office. 
07/20/22 4:10pm
Myers, who worked as a campaign consultant following his Congressional career, will now face up to 20 years in prison.
07/20/22 4:08pm
The report gives 16 recommendations to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health following the mishandling of the bombing. 
07/14/22 6:09am
The new agreement will give housekeepers, hard surface custodians, and transportation workers an annual raise of 3.5% to 4% a year, ensuring that all workers will make $28.68 an hour by 2026.  
07/07/22 9:40am
The cookie company will relocate its headquarters to a 26,000-square-foot building at 1 S. Broad St., across from City Hall. 
07/07/22 12:31am
Several students present at the fireworks display recounted their experiences during and after the shooting to The Daily Pennsylvanian. 
07/06/22 6:56pm
The 14-year-old is 5-foot-6, 120 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes. Police ask anyone with possible information about his whereabouts to contact them at 215-686-3183 or 911.  
07/02/22 11:45pm
To celebrate Independence Day, Philadelphia will be offering a number of free events, including fireworks, parades, and concerts.
06/30/22 12:39am
The Rounds, a "zero waste" delivery service founded in Philadelphia by Wharton graduate students, expands to Atlanta.
06/23/22 12:00am

PA local districts struggle as state special education funding drops

A report finds Pennsylvania is increasingly underfunding special education, placing a burden on already underfunded districts such as Philadelphia 
06/21/22 11:59am
The Philadelphia Pride March on June 5 sought to bring joy to the LGBTQ community amid a growing amount of anti-LGBTQ sentiment from politicians in Pennsylvania and across the country.
06/19/22 7:05pm
The building will dedicate 387,000 square to biological research, and 68,000 square feet to biomanufacturing. 
06/15/22 9:24am
Kenney chose the two appointees from a group of eight finalists and 62 total applicants.