Masked gunmen kill man in Germantown restaurant

Two masked gunmen killed a man inside a Germantown restaurant Saturday morning.

Woman raped at gunpoint in University City

Police say a woman leaving a party early Saturday morning was raped at gunpoint in her car in University City.

Woman raped at gunpoint in University City

Police say a woman leaving a party early Saturday morning was raped at gunpoint in her car in University City.

Police save man from burning Fern Rock home

Four police officers rescue man from Fern Rock fire

Police save man from burning Fern Rock home

Four police officers rescue man from Fern Rock fire

Camden mourns death of sports legend Darryl ‘Doc’ Lee

The 1974 Camden graduate was a star in both football and basketball who played football at Grambling.

Camden mourns death of sports legend Darryl ‘Doc’ Lee

The 1974 Camden graduate was a star in both football and basketball who played football at Grambling.
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SugarHouse officially opens for sports betting

SugarHouse officially opens for sports betting.

Feds charge Alaska man with Twitter threats to bomb Lafayette College

"I want to express our immense gratitude to all of the federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, including our own Department of Public Safety, for their diligence in pursuing this investigation and identifying a suspect," said Lafayette College President Alison Byerly.

The super hectic life of a Pennsylvania camel

Einstein, a dromedary camel who lives at a Bucks County petting zoo, has been in hot demand since motorists saw him walking in the snow on Nov. 15.

It’s Slinky, it’s Slinky! It’s such a wonderful toy - should it be Pa.’s state toy? It’s one man’s mission

Retired high school math teacher Bob Swaim has made it his mission to convince lawmakers to designate the throwback toy - which has deep roots in Pennsylvania - as the state toy.

You didn’t win a TV. Philly car dealer’s ‘Money Carlo’ ad tricks consumers into thinking they win big prizes

A flyer from a Philadelphia car dealer has duped consumers this week into thinking they’ve won free TVs and tablets, only to go home with gift cards for coupons – and maybe a car.

Fight over Lindsey Williams’ residency brings Pa. Senate into uncommon political territory

The debate over whether to seat Williams, a Democrat, is unfolding at a time when Republicans are reeling from a series of bruising election losses.

Opinion

A year of writing this column brings few hoagies, a lot of news

This was supposed to be a busy news year beyond Philly and across Pennsylvania. But midterms, AND clergy abuse AND all the rest? New columnist Maria Panaritis looks back.

Pa. Attorney General continues fight against Trump administration birth control coverage rules

The administration’s final federal rules that would allow more employers, including colleges, universities, and health insurance companies, to deny coverage by claiming moral objections.

Chris Christie says he’s passing on White House chief of staff

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Friday he has told President Trump he does not want to be his next chief of staff.

Neighbors in Main Line town band together to search for missing man

Geoff Partridge has been missing since Dec. 5, when his car was found partially submerged in the Schuylkill.

Philly school board gives reprieve to struggling charter school

The Richard Allen Preparatory Charter School in Southwest Philadelphia had been on track to close after repeated drops in test scores. But the school board gave it a deal to save on legal costs.

Dranoff files for dismissal of ‘nefarious’ Camden lawsuit over Victor apartments

Lawyers for the developer portray Camden’s complaint as an attempted “end-run” around a suit he had filed against the city month’s earlier.

Former Philadelphia University president Stephen Spinelli Jr. to lead Babson College

Stephen Spinelli Jr., former president of Philadelphia University who helped lead the school's merger with Jefferson University, will become the new president of Babson College in Massachusetts.

Politics
Interior Secretary Zinke resigns amid investigations

House panel to probe potential foreign funding of Trump’s inauguration

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