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Philadelphia

12/11/22 2:00pm
The DP’s political coverage this year followed how the Penn community reacted to this year’s biggest moments in local and federal politics.
12/08/22 5:09am
Over the summer, the rule was enforced in the city and was framed as a way to keep children safe during the gun violence crisis. 
12/08/22 5:06am
The new building, which is expected to be completed in 2026, will be eleven stories and house the company headquarters, additional office spaces, and 136 apartments, including a penthouse level.
12/01/22 2:05am
If elected, Gym, who was also the first Asian American woman to serve on the City Council, would be the first female mayor of Philadelphia. 
11/30/22 10:50pm
The new Five Guys location replaces Beijing Restaurant, which closed its Spruce Street location in September 2020. 
11/30/22 10:38pm
Delco Steaks will open on Dec. 5, while Yifang Taiwan Fruit Tea, a boba tea chain, has a target opening date of mid-January. 
11/28/22 4:57am
The program partnered with Vaux Big Picture High School and Paul Robeson High School to amass a pilot cohort of 15 students.
11/28/22 12:32am
The suit, which was filed in the Common Pleas Court, accused the city and University of tortious interference with a dead body and inflicting emotional distress.
11/22/22 3:00am
According to the report, the largest job losses during the pandemic have been in the office and administrative support sector.
11/21/22 1:23am
Now that it has been given the historic district designation, its buildings will be protected from further demolition and exterior modification.
11/18/22 8:47am
The Republican-run House impeached Krasner, a Democrat, by a vote of 107-85, mostly along party lines for his policies’ contribution to “record levels of violent crime” in Philadelphia.
11/17/22 7:04pm
The Philadelphia University City store will be an addition to The Mason on Chestnut at 3701 Chestnut Street, a Target spokesperson wrote in an email to The Daily Pennsylvanian. 
11/16/22 3:32am
In October, Wawa announced that it will shut down two of its stores in Center City — one on 12th and Market streets and the other on 19th and Market streets — citing safety concerns.
11/10/22 1:47am
Around 2,500 of the hospital’s employees had been working without a contract since their previous contracts expired on Sept. 30.
11/09/22 2:49am
Penn community turned out for the midterm election yesterday. With two of the most contentious races in America taking place in Pennsylvania, and many issues hanging in the balance, here’s a look into this historic midterm elections day.
11/09/22 1:35am
University City rent prices experienced the highest growth levels among recognized cities, per the CBRE Group’s 2022 ranking of the top 30 tech markets in the United States and Canada. 
11/07/22 11:16pm
Before heading to the polls, The Daily Pennsylvanian has assembled a comprehensive ballot guide for the midterm elections detailing how and where to vote and a brief run-down on all the candidates.
11/07/22 11:12pm
The “Get Out The Vote Rally,” sponsored by NextGen America, MoveOn Political Action, and the Working Families Party, took place at Franklin Music Hall on Nov. 6. 
11/07/22 3:33am
The money, which comes from the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act, will cover the installation of 755 filtered hydration stations in school buildings and will also pay for kitchen sink filters and water sampling.
11/06/22 11:45pm
Roughly 7,500 people attended the rally that Obama and Biden headlined on Nov. 5 at Temple University’s Liacouras Center.