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The Foundation's latest project, Black Male Engagement , was formed to combat the "negative narrative" of black and to highlight "the bigger truth that black men are assets to our nation." . The grant program awarded grants to 19 Philadelphia men, ranging from $5,000 to $20,000. They were selected from 125 applicants.
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With cries of protest coming from all directions - from dozens of business owners in Council chambers to thousands of public school students marching down Broad Street - a Philadelphia City Council committee advanced a bailout measure Friday for raising $30 million for the School District through a higher Use and Occupancy tax.
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Former Philadelphia Police Officer Richard DeCoatsworth was invited to sit next to the First Lady in 2009.
A Philadelphia mother is charged with assaulting an 11-year-old girl inside an elementary school.
"Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker," propelled to infamy in a bizarre YouTube interview clip and arrested yesterday for murder, had one last on-screen hurrah at a closed-circuit TV arraignment in Philadelphia tonight.
Ray Liotta plays cold-blooded crime boss Roy DeMeo, who turns Richard Kuklinski into a hit man in "The Iceman." It's the couple's first date, a diner in North Jersey, small talk.
John Stokely is among the first seminarians to be ordained in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia since the conviction of Monsignor William Lynn last summer.
Skateboarders from the Nocturnal Skate Shop team get a chance to try out the new multi-purpose Paine Park by the Art Museum May 14, 2013 prior to its official opening Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
FOR MORE THAN 70 years, Anna Henderson witnessed the transitions on her Powelton block, a few of many changes she has seen in her 113 years.
A gag order in the case of former abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell was lifted Wednesday.
A man was breaking into this Lawncrest shed when two off-duty police officers gave chase on May 16, 2013.
Philadelphia possesses one of the richest and most dynamic beer-drinking cultures in America.
AS AN INMATE laborer at the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility, Chal D. Kennedy Sr.
Authorities in the Dominican Republic say an American woman who taught at a Christian school in the country has been killed in a car accident that also injured a fellow teacher and a student.
Kermit Gosnell was convicted on three counts of first-degree murder for three fetuses aborted in his abortion clinic in Philadelphia .
Police say the woman was on the 4200 block of Ogden Street in West Philadelphia shortly before 5:30 p.m. when she was attacked and bitten by the animal.