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01/27/22 10:02pm
Compared to the previous week's rate of 2,000 cases per day, Philadelphia reported an average of 996 daily cases this week, PhillyVoice reported.
01/25/22 11:50pm
Arkoosh highlighted her focus on public health and healthcare access, and stressed that her previous experience as a physician has helped her enter the role of public service.
01/19/22 8:46pm
Market value and the total taxable land increased more in University City compared to other areas of Philadelphia from 2015 to 2021.
01/19/22 8:28pm
The Philadelphia School District school board is set to vote on Jan. 27 on a policy that would enter the district into an agreement with Penn worth $816,500 a year over the course of five years.
01/17/22 10:33pm
The new requirement applies to any Philadelphia establishment that sells food and drink for onsite consumption indoors — including movie theaters, bowling alleys, and sports venues.
01/13/22 11:41pm
Management from HamCo and The Radian said that their properties have not experienced any significant issues with other delivery or mail services — just Amazon.
12/18/21 4:36pm
The location will be renovated into a mixed-use office building, according to Executive Director of Real Estate Ed Datz.
12/14/21 11:20pm
Police said the two victims were in their car when the two gunmen jumped out of their car and proceeded to fire "at least 15 shots."
12/09/21 7:00pm
The return of students to campus boded well for many local businesses after a year of financial hardship brought on by the pandemic.
12/06/21 11:46pm
The School District will end its relationship with Kelly Educational Services, a network for substitutes and temporary workers in schools, at the end of the 2021-22 school year.
12/02/21 11:23pm
Temple senior Samuel Sean Collington, who was set to graduate in the spring, suffered fatal gunshot wounds during an attempted robbery near the North Philadelphia campus.
11/30/21 10:11pm
Porat's conviction is the first in which a university administrator faced criminal prosecution for falsifying college ranking submissions.
11/29/21 10:46pm
The district has decided to send approximately 50 employees from administrative offices around the city to teach and provide support to schools that are struggling with the staffing issue.
11/18/21 11:24pm
The money, intended for “emergency purchases during the COVID-19 pandemic,” was misused, according to Rhynhart. 
11/18/21 10:08pm
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health encouraged children to get vaccinated to offset a larger surge in cases as cold weather arrives and the holiday season approaches.
11/17/21 9:41pm
Near Penn’s campus, street closures will include Market Street, Chestnut Street, Walnut Street, and 34th Street on Saturday and Sunday.
11/16/21 11:35pm
Chief Wellness Officer Benoit Dubé said the majority of the cases were linked to either travel to areas with lower vaccination rates or transmission by unvaccinated family members.
11/16/21 12:01am
Farley resigned from his previous position after he admitted to authorizing the disposal without identifying the victims of the MOVE bombing, which killed 11 people.
11/14/21 11:06pm
Falsified admissions data led the business school’s online MBA program to be ranked No. 1 for four consecutive years.
11/10/21 10:52pm
The funding will primarily go towards local bridges, highways, and public transportation.