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Bishop Nelson Perez of Cleveland named Philadelphia’s next archbishop, replacing Charles Chaput

Perez served as a priest for more than two decades in the Philadelphia area. His appointment makes him only the third Hispanic archbishop in the United States.

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For 21 years, this Philly man dreamed of being exonerated. But coming home from prison was nothing like what he expected.

The eight months since Terrance Lewis was released have been a whirlwind of joy, anxieties, and obligations, opportunities that open and then fall out of reach, plans made and broken.

Spotlight PA
The Pa. State Police was warned about possible racial bias in car searches. The agency’s answer? End the research.
Troopers were 2 to 3 times more likely to search black and Hispanic drivers. Officials are unsure if anything was done to address the problem.

Philly’s plan to plow tiny side streets? These tiny ‘Snowcats.’
“This is unusual that we’re in the middle of January, and we haven’t had any snow yet,” said Steve Lorenz, chief highway engineer.

Democrats face risks and limits in Trump’s impeachment trial
House Democrats prosecuting the president’s impeachment trial are preparing for a second day of arguments.

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A Fishtown man is going to 30 NBA games in 30 days to get on every team’s Jumbotron, and he’s one away

The idea for this Jumbotron journey began percolating more than a year ago, but the real planning didn’t start until August.

Philly-area developer Brian O’Neill to build cell and gene manufacturing facility in King of Prussia

The Center for Breakthrough Medicines, the largest manufacturer and contract development for cell and gene therapies, will move into an office complex in King of Prussia, where commercial development has boomed.

SEPTA to end skip-stop service on the Market-Frankford Line

The change will go into effect at the end of February.

It’s Haverford Township vs. billboards as trial opens in Delco

The latest trial in the 11-year-old battle over whether billboards will be erected in Haverford Township opened Wednesday, the first major court proceeding in five years.

Yo, New Hampshire! Mayor Jim Kenney hits the campaign trail for Elizabeth Warren.

Jim Kenney leads the sixth largest city in the U.S. But he was the opening act for afternoon bingo in the community room at a New Hampshire nursing home.

Sixers suffer 15th straight regular-season loss in Toronto, 107-95

Josh Richardson suffered a left hamstring strain early in the game and didn’t return.

Did Gritty punch a 13-year-old boy in the back? Philadelphia detectives are investigating.

The dispute has crossed from he-said, Gritty-said into the realm of law enforcement.
INQUIRER EVENTS
Our new live-journalism series, Inquirer Live, kicks off on March 19 with former Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos.
INQUIRER EVENTS
Our new live-journalism series, Inquirer Live, kicks off on March 19 with former Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos.
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INQUIRER EVENTS
Our new live-journalism series, Inquirer Live, kicks off on March 19 with former Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos.
INQUIRER EVENTS
Our new live-journalism series, Inquirer Live, kicks off on March 19 with former Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos.
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If you have information the public deserves to know, we want to hear from you.
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