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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is located in Philadelphia County. Zip codes in Philadelphia, PA include 19105, 19147, and 19099. The median home price in Philadelphia is $159,000 which is roughly $83/per square foot. More Philadelphia information.

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1 hr ago | The Lebanon Daily News

Judge sends Meek Mill to jail for parole violation

A judge has sent Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill to jail for three to six months for violating his probation on a 2009 drug and gun case.


5 hrs ago | CBS Local

Israel Supporters Rally In Philadelphia As Gaza Conflict Boils Over

By Steve Tawa PHILADELPHIA - As Israel's prime minister says he will not cave in to international pressure to stop a military offensive in the Gaza Strip , Israel supporters in Philadelphia were rallying outside the Israeli consulate in center city.


8 hrs ago | CBS Local

81-Year-Old Philadelphia Man Among 8 Arrested In Pa. On Child Porn Charges

The Attorney General says the eight men were arrested on unrelated charges as part of ongoing efforts to target those who participate in the distribution of child pornography.


9 hrs ago |

A gardener's bounty at Swarthmore's Scott Arboretum

William H. Frederick Jr., known as Bill, is 88 now, a little stooped and hard of hearing, a far hike down the road from his 1948 Swarthmore College graduation.


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Inquirer editorial: What has Pa. Legislature really accomplished?

The Pennsylvania legislature finally got what it deserved Thursday: many millions less.


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Phila. man, 57, convicted in home-invasion robbery

Teens who commit crimes often age out of such conduct by their mid-30s, criminologists say.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

'Invisible River' on the Schuylkill: Now this is a river dance

Last winter, a caravan of canoeists headed up the Schuylkill, paddling against the current and the chill to discuss plans for Invisible River , an arts event planned for this weekend.


10 Fitness Packages To Get You In Shape For Your Big Day

With the help of our buds over at Be Well Philly , we stay pretty well-informed of the fitness scene here in Philly.


The Lebanon Daily News

Gay wedding complaint filed vs. Methodist pastors

A complaint has been filed against 36 United Methodist ministers who blessed a same-sex wedding in defiance of church law.


CBS Local

Philadelphia School District Trimming Hundreds of Jobs Through Layoffs

More than 300 pink slips are going out today and tomorrow in the Philadelphia School District.


Chambersburg Public Opinion

Philadelphia museum's golden goddess glows again

A symbol of the Philadelphia Museum of Art is once again looking radiant in bright shiny gold after a yearlong restoration.


Business Journal

No-tipping restaurant in Fishtown garnering a plenty of strong opinions

Girard , a Fishtown restaurant with a no-tipping business model, has generated a lot of buzz.


Questions, passions remain over deadly Southwest Phila. fire

Four days after a Southwest Philadelphia blaze killed four children, prompting angry questions about the adequacy of the Fire Department's response, a city safety official had a question for Patrick Sanyeah, father of two of the children who died.

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CBS Local

Vice President Biden Visits Greek Orthodox Church In Philadelphia

Vice President Joe Biden made his second visit to Philadelphia in as many weeks last night.


Wed Jul 09, 2014


Phish The Mann Philadelphia Setlist & The Skinny | Night Two

While storms forced a delayed start to last night's Phish show at The Mann Center For Performing Arts in Philadelphia, the weather was much more cooperative on the second and final night of the quartet's visit to The City Of Brotherly Love.


Thousands lack power after Philadelphia-area thunderstorms

The roof and side of a barn at Whitecombs Farm Market & Greenhouse in York was blown off and plants knocked over during Tuesday's storm.


USA Today

Tornadoes, storms bring death, devastation to Northeast

Tornadoes, storms bring death, devastation to Northeast High winds led to the four deaths in the Syracuse area, officials said.


University City Review

The Philadelphia Zoo brings its to pre-school aged children with special needs

NHS Human Services hosted a visit from the Philadelphia Zoo's traveling zoo educators at its North Philadelphia facility this past Monday, July 7th.


CBS Local

Philadelphia Hotels Working Through Slow Period Until Convention Business Picks Up

Philadelphia hotels have taken a hit recently as room occupancy is down. Officials know exactly why this happened and they're confident this is temporary.



Community Pulls Together To Ease Tensions In Southwest Philadelphia

The debate rages on over the fire department's response time to Saturday's 3-alarm fire that left four children dead, left 10 families homeless and a neighborhood up in arms.



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