Judicial candidates panic over 'atrocious’ petitions as ballot challenge season nears
Philadelphia's Democratic City Committee faces something of a candidate crisis ahead of the 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline to challenge the nomination petitions people seeking public office in the May 21 primary.

Pennsylvania Inspector General launches investigation on oversight of Glen Mills
The state law-enforcement agency is reviewing the Department of Human Services, which licenses and monitors Glen Mills Schools, the oldest U.S. reform school.

Pence heads to flooded Midwest amid concerns about levees

Report: Mike Trout to sign 12-year, $430 million extension to stay with Angels
Phillies fans had Trout, a South Jersey native and Eagles fan, on their wish list.

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North Philly Health System’s ex-CEO doesn’t deserve $1.8 million in severance pay, lawsuit claims

A liquidating trustee in the North Philadelphia Health System bankruptcy wants to block former CEO George J. Walmsley III from collecting any of the $1.8 million he claims his owed in severance.

Visit this hidden Philly gem to see Napoleon’s death mask and his brother Joe’s toiletry kit

While the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, on Washington Square, is globally famous, "there are probably more people out there who know about us than people across the street," says the site's director.

Coliving is proposed in Philadelphia; here’s how it’s working in California

Real estate developers are pioneering a way of living by primarily catering to young professionals and creative types who enjoy luxury digs but can’t swing the rent in desirable neighborhoods.

‘Emotional distress’: Wrestling referee in dreadlocks controversy takes a step toward filing a lawsuit

South Jersey referee Alan Maloney was embroiled in controversy after wrestler Andrew Johnson had his dreadlocks cut to avoid forfeiture in a match that Maloney was officiating.

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‘Good hit, Santa’: The night 10 friends wreaked havoc at a Sixers-Celtics game

More than 34 years ago, a group of friends went to watch a game. This is the story of that rollicking, beer-sodden, blood-stained night, from those who witnessed and participated in it.

N.J. data broker tried to sell personal info on a million kids but didn’t tell state officials

The multi-billion-dollar industry typically sells names, addresses, hobbies, and income data about consumers, who are often unaware their information is being sold or used.

Pennsylvania legislator accused of sexual assault resigns

His resignation came six days after a woman accusing him of sexual assault filed a formal complaint with House Republicans.
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Supreme Court rules against immigrants in detention case

Supreme Court rules against immigrants in detention case

Pence heads to flooded Midwest amid concerns about levees
Pence heads to flooded Midwest amid concerns about levees
Philadelphia weddings: Meghan Babcock and Ryan Curran

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Philadelphia weddings: Rolanda Irvin and Anthony Ellis
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