Philly and the suburbs want to set up extra elections offices for a new kind of early voting
Some of Pennsylvania’s largest counties are planning the creation of satellite elections offices where voters could request and submit a mail ballot on the spot.

Trump’s path to winning Pa. runs through towns like this one near Biden’s Scranton
If Trump rebounds from a slide in the polls to win Pennsylvania again, it will be partly thanks to smaller cities like Carbondale scattered all across the state.

Sixers battle hard after losing Joel Embiid in 124-121 loss to Portland as Damian Lillard scores 51
Damian Lillard torched the Sixers, but the main story was Embiid exiting in the first a first quarter with a twisted left ankle one day after it was announced Ben Simmons needs knee surgery.

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As college leaders meet, football players push to play

The Power Five conference commissioners met to discuss the growing concern over whether the coming college football season will be played.

More Philly kids shot: 2 boys, an 11-year-old and 17-year-old

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Philly’s takeout platters are served from home with community and culture

At-home food vendors, many of them women and people of color, have cultivated successful businesses without a brick-and-mortar restaurant.

Flyers to face Canadiens on Wednesday in Game 1

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Chestnut Hill church asks Philadelphia Cricket Club to retire its ‘offensive’ Native American logo

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