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There’s a ‘critical shortage’ of election poll workers; Trump to rally in Pa. | Morning Newsletter

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Preparing for Philly’s primary election; How the Inquirer Editorial Board makes endorsements | Morning Newsletter

Who’s ready to do their civic duty? Philly’s primary election is Tuesday, but there’s still plenty of time to figure out how you want to vote.

Preparing for Philly’s primary election; How the Inquirer Editorial Board makes endorsements | Morning Newsletter

Who’s ready to do their civic duty? Philly’s primary election is Tuesday, but there’s still plenty of time to figure out how you want to vote.

Your 2019 guide to the Jersey Shore, and we ask if the water is safe for swimmers | Morning Newsletter

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Your 2019 guide to the Jersey Shore, and we ask if the water is safe for swimmers | Morning Newsletter

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Ardmore prepares for a downtown; Philly opens Pa.'s first LGBTQ-friendly homeless residence | Morning Newsletter

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N.J. sportsbooks take aim at Vegas; Philly factories feel heat from China tariffs | Morning Newsletter

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Sexual assault complaints and ‘open secrets’ at Swarthmore; Sixers eliminated in Toronto | Morning Newsletter

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Sixers try to claw out series win over Raptors; Philly celebrates Mother’s Day | Morning Newsletter

Happy Mother's Day, Philly. We take a look back at how the history of the holiday is attached to our city. And it's also a big Sunday for the Sixers who could end the Raptors season tonight in a pivotal Game 7 showdown.

Homeless ex-pharmacist reconnects with community; Sixers stay alive in semifinals | Morning Newsletter

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Philly baggage handler takes gaming world by storm; The uncertain future of St. Laurentius Church | Morning Newsletter

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What Schuylkill Yards can learn from Hudson Yards, Philly’s Zahav wins outstanding restaurant | Morning Newsletter

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What Philly’s primary means for city’s tax abatement; Why we vote for judges | Morning Newsletter

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Sixers aim to extend lead over Raptors, tips for a post-Broad Street Run routine | Morning Newsletter

It’s Sixers Sunday today and they’ve got a chance to take total control over their playoff series against Toronto. In this week’s Q&A, we talk with columnist Helen Ubiñas about the serious subject of gun violence in Philadelphia.

Craig LaBan’s search for Israeli soul; Philly’s payroll system is miscalculating checks | Morning Newsletter

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Philly development may rest on the dead; AG Barr defends handling of Mueller report | Morning Newsletter

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Philly poet faces backlash over his past; Immigration activists take on big tech | Morning Newsletter

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