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Philly Treasurer Christian Dunbar fired after he is charged with faking marriage for citizenship, stealing money in private sector job
Dunbar oversees the issuance of notes and bonds on behalf of the city’s general fund, works to maintain the city’s credit rating and oversees the city’s $4 billion investment portfolio.

Pa. slashing workers’ unemployment checks after paying them double by mistake
The state accidentally overpaid about 30,000 claims in July for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, a benefits program for self-employed or contract workers.

Attorney for Breonna Taylor’s family wants grand jury transcripts published
Taylor’s family and their lawyers sharply criticized Kentucky’s attorney general for the failure to bring charges against police officers in her death.

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Spotted lanternflies in Pa. have a new enemy: Dogs trained to detect their eggs

Preliminary results showed that the dogs were able to recognize live eggs with up to 95% accuracy.

Five local schools win National Blue Ribbon distinction

“I am encouraged when I see how impactful we are in our own school community,” said Joy Kingwood, Rhawnhurst Elementary principal.

A voter fraud conspiracy theorist called Philly election officials corrupt. He didn’t like the pushback.

Polls are narrowing, rhetoric is heating up, and Philadelphia’s city commissioners are in a familiar dustup with vote-fraud conspiracy theorists.

PHL COVID-19 Fund awards $400,000 to Philadelphia-area nonprofits

Since launching in March, the PHL COVID-19 Fund has awarded $17.9 million in grants.

Japanese Breakfast, the Districts, and the joy of live music at Philly Music Fest

This year, the coronavirus forced the festival to scale back to two nights at the Ardmore Music Hall, and to exist principally as a free livestream and radio broadcast.

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A beekeeper and restaurant rally to save a North Broad synagogue’s rooftop apiary

The nation’s distressed bee population suffered a 14% increase in mortality partly due to lack of access to apiaries.

Man killed, woman injured in crash of speeding vehicle on Benjamin Franklin Parkway

They were among four people in a black Volkswagen Jetta that was traveling at a high speed around 4:20 a.m., when the driver apparently lost control of the car on the parkway near 20th Street.
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