Relatives in Rittenhouse Square stabbing say they don’t feel safe after not-guilty verdict

Michael White's aunt and uncle said Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and even Craigslist have been awash in threats and racist tirades, leaving them scared for White's safety. Linda Schellenger also says she has received ugly Internet commentary.

Later school start times could address ‘crisis’ of sleep-deprived teens, Pa. report finds

State General Assembly-created committee cites the values of later school start times for adolescents but leaves it up to individual districts to decide if they want to implement.

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An Inquirer investigation revealed how asbestos hazards and botched construction jobs put kids at risk. Then it happened again.

The district ignored early warnings from contractors, alarmed by the extent of the asbestos, and pushed an untenable deadline to complete work before the 2019-20 school year.

Students hack into Chester County school district system for senior game, exposing student information

The district said the alleged hackers were students trying “to obtain student addresses to gain a competitive advantage for the senior water games."

Frost advisory for Pa. suburbs and most of Jersey; Philly safe on 'heat island’

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From a Manayunk restaurant manager to a figure in the presidential impeachment inquiry

How did David Correia, the former by-the-books restaurant manager from Manayunk find himself embroiled in an alleged international conspiracy swirling around the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry?

Cherry Hill school district rejects a Philly businessman’s offer to wipe out students’ lunch debts

Cherry Hill says those parents who can afford to pay their outstanding fees should do so. Meanwhile, state lawmakers are drafting legislation to expand free meals to thousands of New Jersey public school students.

A Philly charter school denied a young girl’s enrollment because of her ADHD, lawsuit says

The Mathematics, Civics and Sciences charter rescinded the child's acceptance after learning that she required additional educational supports, according to the Education Law Center, which says the school engaged in "explicit" discrimination. The school's founder says it's a misunderstanding.

Brothers convicted in brazen West Chester murder

Tyrell and Timothy Jacobs were convicted Thursday of killing Eric Brown in April 2018.
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