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Garage workers make poverty wages, go without health insurance, report says

Workers at privately owned garages poverty wages, a report says. A parking executive disputes the findings.

‘Meek Mill Weekend’ in Philly declared by City Council

Council served him with a congratulatory resolution for his criminal justice activism and declared March 15-17 as Meek Mill Weekend.

Drexel University to use $5 million donation to fund Honors College ‘living and learning’ hub

The funds, contributed by Greg S. Bentley, the CEO of Exton-based software development company Bentley Systems, and his wife, Caroline Bentley, will be used to transform Calhoun Hall, a student residence already under construction, into Greg and Caroline Bentley Hall, a dorm for honors students.

Spike in robberies near La Salle University has students worried, administrators scrambling

At least six robberies have happened on the edge of campus since Jan. 1, five more than in the previous two years combined. Students say they are scared to walk even in broad daylight.

Judge declares mistrial in 2015 slaying of Nicki Minaj’s tour manager

The deadlocked jury couldn’t make a unanimous decision on any of the charges facing Khaliyfa Neely, 37, including murder, possession of a criminal instrument with intent, and aggravated assault. Prosecutors intend to retry him.

4 years later, murder trial begins in stabbing death of Nicki Minaj’s tour manager

But the defendant in the stabbing death outside an East Germantown bar is not the man originally charged with murder.