City Council voted to study the Philly soda tax. Can another study add anything?

If other research completed since the tax took effect is any indication, the only certainty is that its results are sure to be debated by advocates on either side of the issue.

Students to rally against gun violence in Philly's second March for Our Lives event
The event is slated to happen from noon to 3 p.m. at LOVE Park.

Happy National Cheesesteak Day. Now pass the statins.
Go ahead and indulge in a cheesesteak. Just not too often.

Barr preparing a summary of Mueller report’s key conclusions

Young lawmakers drive conversation on reducing student debt
The Higher Education Lending Protection, or HELP, Act would target about 28,000 borrowers struggling with high-interest student debt. That’s a small slice of the estimated 1.8 million Pennsylvanians who carry student loan debt.

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Sixers’ six-game winning streak snapped by Hawks, Trae Young

Trae Young scored on a 14-foot driving layup with 0.1 second left, lifting the Hawks to a 129-127 outcome Saturday night at the State Farm Arena.

Villanova loses to Purdue in NCAA Tournament second round

The Wildcats fell behind by 19 at the half, trailed by as many as 35, and saw their season come to an end.

Victor Arano’s extreme spring struggles cost him a spot on Phillies’ opening-day roster

The right-hander, in a three-way battle for the final roster spot, has a 45.00 ERA in seven major-league spring-training games.

Man killed in North Philly hit-and-run

Police arrived to find the victim, an unidentified 61-year-old male, with internal injuries.

Weed legalization vote in N.J. is set for Monday and remains too close to call

A bill that would make New Jersey the 11th state to legalize marijuana for recreational use is set for a vote on Monday, but lawmakers say they are still short a handful of votes. Legislative leaders say they may have to delay the vote if they can't get the support they need.

Wegmans’ ‘Sushi Fest’ features Bluefin tuna and attracts hundreds of Japanese Americans savoring their culinary roots

For the Sushi Fest, over 1,000 people turn up, and often they’re Japanese families eager "to see foods from their hometown,” a Wegmans executive said.

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‘You wouldn’t believe the stuff we did’: 35 years later, Beverly Hills Middle School teachers spill secrets

A man approached with wire-rimmed glasses and a familiar cherubic smile. My brain sorted through a tangle of Air Supply and J. Geils Band lyrics before locating the spot in the cerebral cortex where this person’s name had resided, untouched, since 1982.“Mr. Schramm!”
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