Philadelphia spells out how its municipal ID program would work
The city laid out new details on how it plans to operate the program, including how the ID cards will handle gender, a list of accepted identifying documents, and how much the cards will cost.

Danzeisen & Quigley trading sporting goods store for retirement
The owners of South Jersey's popular ski and bike shop are planning to retire and shut down the business.

‘Oops! That wasn’t supposed to happen.’ After Pennsylvania suit, Verizon coughs up promised goodies.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro filed suit against Verizon, claiming customers were unable to obtain promised Amazon Prime memberships and Echo devices.

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Landmark Chinatown cultural center target of demolition permit request

More than 3,300 people have signed a petition to ask the city to block the destruction of the building, noted for its traditional Chinese accents and once-grand doorway.

Bryce Harper and Mike Trout on the same team? Phillies shortstop Jean Segura knows what that looks like

"It was kind of crazy," Segura said of seeing Harper and Trout in the same outfield. Could it happen again someday with the Phillies?

Carter Hart shelled again as Flyers fall to Canadiens, 5-1

Carter Hart went up against his idol, Montreal's Carey Price. Long regarded as one of the NHL's best goalies, Price had the advantage.

Pope Francis seeks solutions, victims skeptical as historic clergy sex-abuse summit opens in Rome

Organizers have said they hope the four-day summit will prove to be as a “turning point” for a hierarchy battered by a series of scandals – especially in the United States.

Should ‘City Council member’ be a lifetime gig? Allan Domb doesn’t think so.

The resolution would ask voters in the May primary whether to limit City Council members to three consecutive four-year terms. Philadelphia's mayor is already limited to two four-year terms.

Penn State ex-president Spanier’s request for appeal denied

The man who served as Penn State's president when the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal erupted may soon be headed to jail after Pennsylvania's highest court said it will not take up his appeal.

Rowhouse complex planned for waterfront land beside SugarHouse Casino

Shovel Ready has planned and sold off similar projects on nearby land along the Delaware River.
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