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41 min ago | The York Daily Record
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Sunday defended her office's decision not to pursue criminal charges in an investigation into whether four Democratic state lawmakers from Philadelphia accepted illegal payments.
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5 hrs ago | Fox 23
The funnyman, who was a regular guest on Johnny Carson's The Tonight Show, passed away in New York on Saturday.
9 hrs ago | CBS Local
The city and the nation has focused a lot attention on the impact of the criminal justice system on men and boys of color, but a new report shows women of color who have a criminal record have a tough time as well.
13 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
A newspaper says nearly half of the students in northeastern Pennsylvania schools are now getting free or reduced-price lunches.
17 hrs ago | CBS Local
Is it a heart attack, or can you wait until the symptoms subside? You can find the answers at a free event at Northeast Philadelphia's Nazareth Hospital on Holme Avenue on Tuesday.
18 hrs ago | CBS Local
The City of Philadelphia is hoping to give away more than 2000 free trees over the next few weeks as part of an ongoing effort to make Philadelphia the city of "arborly love."
20 hrs ago | CBS Local
A Philadelphia woman is behind bars in Bucks County on $100,000 bail, charged with stealing a debit card belonging to a patient at an assisted living facility and running up quite a bill.
Two early morning car crashes on Saturday sent four people to the hospital and lead to the arrest of one driver for driving while intoxicated and aggravated assault.
The Days Inn Philadelphia Convention Center is celebrating the grand opening of its new, Executive Club Floor on Tuesday, April 1 and Wednesday, April 2. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at the hotel Tuesday featuring the hotel's owner, Steve Lam and general manager Kenny Lam, followed by an open house that will last through Wednesday.
CLOUT DOESN'T want to get all Paul Revere up in here about the 2015 race for mayor in Philadelphia but it's fair to exclaim: The super PACs are coming! It has been widely expected that people and groups unconnected to mayoral campaigns in 2015 may spend big money to influence the outcome.
Losing a home by fire is devastating enough, but it is even more trying when people try to capitalize on that pain.
The theme, "Articulture," used famous artwork as inspiration, and each of the major displays interpreted a work or style of work.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is currently seeking a Pension Plan Administrator to work in the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center in Philadelphia, PA.
Meryl Levitz, president and CEO of Visit Philadelphia, says Philadelphia is being featured in a special, 43-page section of the March-April issue of Arrive magazine .
Depending on what type of person you are -- type A or type B, alpha or beta, introvert or extrovert -- yard sales are either a super fun time, or awkward-moment minefields.