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Philadelphia

03/01/21 9:17pm
Anyone living or working in Philadelphia can demonstrate interest in getting the vaccine through a form at the city’s sign-up page or by calling the city’s COVID-19 call center.
02/28/21 10:58pm
The new clinic has the potential to double the number of vaccine doses administered in Philadelphia each week.
02/25/21 12:10am
The club, Penn Bucket, will host events for its members that lead them to venture outside of the “Penn bubble” and explore Philadelphia.
02/22/21 11:13pm
City officials projected that Philadelphia will soon only have enough money in its reserves to run the city for three days.
02/22/21 12:21am
The city anticipates it may finish vaccinating residents by the end of July.
02/19/21 12:40am
Project proposals must directly address at least one of three objectives: eradicating or reducing systematic racism, achieving educational equity, or reducing health disparities. 
02/18/21 1:21am
Annie Allman, a 1988 College graduate, hopes to utilize her previous experience in marketing to increase foot traffic at the Philadelphia institution.
02/15/21 12:16am
Around 20% of Saturday's vaccines were reserved for those who lacked internet access to register online for an appointment.
02/11/21 2:28am
Four of Penn's political groups detail how they are gearing up for a hybrid approach to event-hosting and community building this semester.
02/05/21 12:49am
Smokey Joe’s, which normally welcomes throngs of Penn students in a night, has reopened with tighter restrictions in place after enduring nearly a week of temporary forced closure.
01/28/21 1:32am
Students and professors expressed a sense of optimism towards the Biden-Harris administration as they look forward to the reversal of several Trump-era policies.
01/25/21 1:37am
West Philadelphia residents felt blindsided by Penn's decision to reopen campus for the spring, adding that people who are already disproportionately affected by the virus will be the most affected.
12/08/20 10:41pm
After an outbreak inside city jails caused at least 150 infections, Philadelphia's Department of Prisons adopted shelter-in-place measures and indefinitely canceled prisoner transports to court dates, again prompting concern from prisoners-rights advocates.
11/24/20 8:53pm
In this week's crime log, four thefts from Acme, a bike theft, and a confidential case of sexual offense were reported.
11/23/20 9:43pm
The study relied on a satisfaction survey of renters which included questions about dating and outdoor recreation, and the number of single people in the area.
11/22/20 11:04pm
The complaint alleges that the City of Philadelphia violated the Fifth Amendment by taking private property without compensation. The plaintiffs also allege that the city violated the Fourteenth Amendment by depriving restaurant owners of property without due process.
11/19/20 12:29am
Students and professors are backing Penn for PILOTs' demands that the University pay 40% of what it would owe in property taxes, which is almost four times the amount Penn has pledged to give annually, and continue contributing to the city well beyond the 10-year period.
11/17/20 1:47pm
Penn will contribute $10 million annually over the next decade. The announcement comes as the University faces widespread criticism from both students and faculty for its refusal to make Payments in Lieu of Taxes, known as PILOTs, to the city of Philadelphia.
11/16/20 11:50pm
Philadelphia's new coronavirus restrictions include limits on outdoor gatherings and a complete ban on indoor group gatherings of any size, with city officials encouraging residents to not celebrate Thanksgiving with anyone outside their own household. 
11/13/20 12:56am
The district's plan for hybrid learning will allow students to return to school for two days each week, and will require all adults to complete and pass screening before entering schools and mandate the wearing of masks among students and staff.