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Half of Philadelphia households struggle to make ends meet, according to United Way report
Roughly one in three Pennsylvania households struggle to afford life’s basic necessities, according to a report released ...
US Navy expert: Tanker attack mine resembles Iranian mines
U.S. NAVY 5TH FLEET BASE NEAR FUJAIRAH, United Arab Emirates — The limpet mines used to attack a Japanese-owned oil tanker ...
Gov. signs law making Juneteenth official state holiday
Gov. Tom Wolf signed a law on Wednesday designating June 19 as “Juneteenth National Freedom Day” in Pennsylvania. “While ...
King High School appoints new head football coach
Martin Luther King High School appointed Malik Jones as its new head football coach last month, bringing in a spirit of ...
Cookiepreneur goes from fundraising to first frozen cookie dough line
Three years ago, Megan Mottley was on a mission to raise money for her teenage daughter to attend a mission trip to Japan. ...
'Why not now?' for slavery reparations, House panel is told
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers on Wednesday held the first congressional hearing in more than a decade on reparations, spotlighting ...
Philly DA says it’s not his fault violence is getting worse
Philadelphia’s District Attorney says he’s not to blame for a rise in shooting deaths. On Monday, Police Commissioner Richard ...
For second week in a row, high fecal bacteria levels discovered at 2 N.J. beaches
For the second consecutive week, two New Jersey beaches are under swimming advisories issued Tuesday afternoon due to ...
City honors trailblazing female boxing judge
When Lynne Carter set out to become a boxing judge, all she wanted to do was make it to Atlantic City. “My goal was to get to ...
N.J. pharmacies see big turnout for free naloxone
Since John Power lost his 23-year-old son to an opioid overdose three years ago, the Burlington County pharmacist has urged ...
2 charged in huge cocaine bust at Philly port
PHILADELPHIA — The Latest on a large seizure of cocaine from a container ship in Philadelphia (all times local): 6:35 p.m. ...
Governor vetoes $100M private schools bill in Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Gov. Tom Wolf is vetoing budget-season legislation to substantially ramp up taxpayer support for private ...