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Philadelphia

02/10/19 9:54pm
Rev. Steven Marinucci worked at St. Agatha-St. James Church, located on Penn's campus, from 2001 to 2010.
02/10/19 6:42pm
In June 2018, the museum suspended operations because of decreased financial support from the city.
01/28/19 11:25pm
Penn Beauty will partner with Teen Health Week, a week-long program that promotes mental and physical wellness among teens.
01/24/19 5:16pm
To receive care, federal workers must bring identification to show their employment, as well as a zero-dollar pay stub. 
01/23/19 5:41pm
The Online Farmers Market said they tried to choose "more permanent markets that have stood the test of time, and are open to the public almost every day." 
01/23/19 1:58am
Loftus plans to submit nominations for other properties and entire blocks of some West Philadelphia streets.
01/18/19 1:41am
Activists and housing developers brought up Penn as a possible collaborator in the future.
01/17/19 1:23am
At around 11:30 a.m., students reported that Philadelphia Police blocked off the Quad. The Philadelphia Police also temporarily shut down the 3600 block of Spruce street.
01/14/19 11:39pm
Giant Heirloom Market, a new gourmet grocery brand, is set to open on 34th and Chestnut streets near Domus Apartments.
12/13/18 3:26pm
Harvest closed indefinitely after a fire in January 2017 to repair damage to the building, but four months later officials announced it would not reopen.
12/02/18 6:33pm
Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Houston, St. Louis, Atlanta, and Miami preceded Philadelphia on the list, with Chicago and Orlando following.
11/19/18 5:53pm
The bond will be used to support infrastructure improvements throughout Philadelphia, including street repavement, maintenance of the Schuylkill River, and various improvements to Penn’s Landing.
11/18/18 9:03pm
The heirlooms were delivered to the Museum on Monday and will be displayed as part of the museum’s “Year of Hamilton" until March 2019.
11/18/18 4:56pm
Peterkin Bell's profile from the Annenberg website has been deleted. The course listing for her course Urban Communications is no longer on PennInTouch. 
11/18/18 3:42pm
Professors from Penn and other local institutions help devise experiments to solve Philadelphia-specific problems such as littering and voting turnout.   
11/18/18 3:37pm
Flooding is not the only environmental issue threatening Eastwick. Some Penn faculty and students are examining the health implications of nearby landfills and energy plants.  
11/15/18 8:00am
The conversation was part of a day-long Perry World House event, where officials from cities across the nation gathered to discuss changing local and national immigration policies. 
11/13/18 10:17pm
Over a hundred Penn students have signed a petition that argues that nearby Starbucks stores are already overburdened. 
11/13/18 2:23pm
Peterkin Bell became an instructor at Penn in Jan. 2017, and is currently slated to teach an urban communication course next spring.  
11/07/18 10:22pm
There are approximately 150 guides currently in the Kite and Key Society, each of whom are expected to lead one campus tour a week.