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Philadelphia

04/13/15 12:31am
On Sunday, Clinton’s campaign team released a two-minute video in which she announced her campaign. She will head to Philadelphia over the summer for the Democratic National Convention.
04/12/15 10:00am
Philadelphians will head to the polls on May 19 for the Democratic primary elections for City Council and Mayor.
04/11/15 2:00pm
The store will create a separate section for customers to purchase alcohol.
04/09/15 1:28am
With no advertising campaign yet, Lynne Abraham will need to generate more of a prominent message.
04/08/15 1:40am
Abraham recovered but could not finish the debate.
04/08/15 1:38am
The only Republican candidate running for mayor wants Philadelphians to have alternatives.
04/07/15 3:13am
Parents of public school students can call the The School Discipline Advocacy Service which pairs law students from Penn, Temple and Drexel University to act as pro-bono advocates to help them wade through the disciplinary process in the school district.
04/07/15 1:19am
With warmer weather approaching, University City District plans to brighten the neighborhood with the addition of parking-spot sized parks called parklets.
04/06/15 1:46am
College senior Rawlin Rosario was recognized for his work in the community through the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Student Award for Community Involvement.  
04/03/15 11:57pm
Two suspects fled the scene of an unarmed robbery on 41st and Baltimore Friday night.
04/03/15 6:13pm
In 2011, sociology PhD student Gregory Harris was arrested for assault after allegedly elbowing a police officer while he observed an Occupy Philadelphia protest for his dissertation.
04/02/15 12:05am
Nutter began his speech with a humorous memory as a Penn undergraduate.
03/26/15 11:51pm
Despite rising pressure from government officials, University administrators continue to firmly oppose PILOT payments.
03/26/15 1:03am
The annual joke issue successfully tricked Vanity Fair into thinking Emma Watson was to attend Penn. 
03/26/15 1:02am
See what crimes occurred in the Penn Patrol Zone between March 12 and March 19.
03/25/15 2:43am
One hundred residents and students of University City will receive free coffee for a year on Wednesday morning.
03/25/15 2:43am

First of three public hearings held on medical marijuana legalization

The hearing was held at Pennsylvania Hospital, one of Penn Medicine’s medical facilities.
03/24/15 1:36am
Swipe Out Hunger, a national organization that combats food insecurity by encouraging college students to donate leftover meal swipes, will officially launch at Penn on Wednesday.
03/24/15 1:33am
The Netter Center for Community Partnerships held its 12th annual ABCS Summit at the Shotel Dubin Auditorium in Penn Hillel.
03/23/15 1:06am
While teachers and administrators often focus on student's academic needs, a conference this weekend focused more on how to address students' needs as people.