Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Thursday's DN: SEPTA sees rise in thefts

SEPTA is warning passengers about a rise in thefts -- particularly of cell phones -- on the Broad Street Line and Market-Frankford El.

Thursday's DN: SEPTA sees rise in thefts


SEPTA is warning passengers about a rise in thefts -- particularly of cell phones -- on the Broad Street Line and Market-Frankford El. 

Mayor Nutter says it's fine for folks to feed the homeless ... just not outside in the public. 

Two women were arrested yesterday during a protest for undocumented workers' rights.

City Council took its first budget hearing of the year on the road.

On a related note, Council President Darrell Clarke promised to be more transparent about Council's own budget -- and then refused to elaborate. Er. 

Ronnie Polaneczky talks transvaginal ultrasounds with Kathleen Kane, a Democratic-primary candidate for attorney general. 


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