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Philadelphia

06/30/22 12:39am
The Rounds, a "zero waste" delivery service founded in Philadelphia by Wharton graduate students, expands to Atlanta.
06/27/22 7:02pm
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.  
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. 
06/14/22 10:57pm
In hopes of settling a 2019 lawsuit, Philadelphia's Streets Department is adding a 13-person team to address potholes, cracked sidewalks, and non-ADA compliant curb cuts and ramps. 
06/10/22 10:46pm
Suda will officially begin her role as director of the 145-year-old museum on September 21. 
06/10/22 12:00am
Kevin Rubio turned himself into the Philadelphia Police Department on May 26 after colliding with Jesus Gomez Rosario — who died two days later at Temple University Hospital.
06/09/22 12:04am
The new university will bear the name of Saint Joseph's University and function on two campuses.
06/07/22 12:00am
The global outbreak, first detected in a British citizen, currently numbers 1,088 cases across 29 countries. In the United States, 35 cases of the disease have been confirmed.
06/06/22 12:00am
Dock Street West brewery closed in May, the location will house new microbrewery, Carbon Copy
06/05/22 9:06pm
Initial gunshots were fired around 11:30 p.m., and multiple shooters were seen firing into a crowd along the famous street, where many bars, restaurants, and retail stores are located. 
06/03/22 1:26am
A recent lawsuit filed against two Philadelphia police officers and the city says an officer shattered a college student's facial bones during the 2020 Walter Wallace Jr. protests
06/02/22 2:26pm
Philadelphia's Department of Public Health launched an application for free rapid COVID-19 tests for events.
05/27/22 12:00am
Recently unionized Starbucks baristas on campus are demanding protections against the corporation for what they view as unfair wages, inconsistent scheduling and staffing issues, safety violations, and harassment.
05/18/22 11:28pm
 Located steps away from campus at 39th and Walnut streets, the Louisiana-based chicken finger restaurant opened after months of anticipation from the Penn community, with a line wrapping around the block on its inaugural day. 
05/18/22 12:00pm
Over 100 Pennsylvanians voted at Penn polling locations during this year's primary election on May 17.
05/03/22 9:51pm
Students and other members of the Penn community marched down Locust Walk chanting "Not the church, not the state, women must decide their fate!" and "They say no-choice; we say pro-choice!"