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It's Race Weekend in Philadelphia. Saturday's half-marathon and 8K caused major delays for many motorists in and around Center City. [Read More]
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It's Philadelphia Marathon Weekend, and to coincide with the event, a two day (Friday and Saturday) Health & Fitness Expo is going on at the... [Read More]
A Philadelphia museum that tells the stories of the city's neighborhoods is taking steps, literally, to create a new exhibit. [Read More]
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Yards Brewery and Taproom at 5th and Spring Garden Streets is 70,000 square feet, it has a huge bar made out of old bowling alley... [Read More]
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When a Code Blue is issued by the city, pet owners can't leave your dog outside without shelter or they can be fined up to... [Read More]
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The scheme is a twist on an emergency scam sometimes called the "grandparents scam." [Read More]
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Active military personnel and veterans with ID will be able to get in to the Museum of the American Revolution for free through Sunday. [Read More]
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He is the youngest captain of a mummer's string band club ever. An 11-year-old boy takes over the role after his father suddenly died in... [Read More]
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A Chaddsford man is out with humorous book about the loyal customers of a popular convenience store chain. [Read More]
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Germantown has won first place in a national competition for historic preservation funds. [Read More]
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Competitive eater "El Wingador" has partnered with a local company to create a waffle with a portion of proceeds going to help the people of... [Read More]
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The City of Philadelphia hosted a circus-themed party on Thursday to celebrate adoptive families in honor of National Adoption Month. [Read More]
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It's in honor of two rescue dogs that lost their lives in the blaze. [Read More]
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The Camden County Freeholder Board says it wants to make sure residents as well as animals have the best services available to them. [Read More]
Visit Philadelphia says it's all ready seeing positive feedback through social media. [Read More]
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Visit Philadelphia says it's all ready seeing positive feedback through social media. [Read More]
In the zoo's Extinction Graveyard there are ornate tombstones for animals who no longer walk the earth from long ago to modern-day. [Read More]
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There will be drop off points throughout the region between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. [Read More]
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Two new furry additions to the Philadelphia Zoo make their public debut. [Read More]
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Two rescue dogs looking for forever homes were killed in a two-alarm fire at 2nd and South streets early Wednesday morning. [Read More]
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