Philly Councilmember Kenyatta Johnson braces for indictment
Johnson and his lawyer told The Inquirer that they expect an indictment as early as Wednesday focusing on the relationship among the councilmember’s City Hall office, his wife's consulting firm, and Universal Companies, a South Philadelphia nonprofit founded by Kenny Gamble.

Voters in two South Jersey districts narrowly approve school bond referendums
Voters in three Gloucester County districts were deciding proposed school bonds to fund improvements in their public schools, including security and more classrooms.

Millions of cards exposed in Wawa breach are up for sale online, cybersecurity experts say
Wawa said Tuesday that it was aware of reports that criminals tried to sell information that could have been taken during its nine-month data breach.

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Woman beaten, raped in LOVE Park on her way to work

A 41-year-old woman walking to work was beaten and raped Saturday morning in LOVE Park at 15th Street and JFK Boulevard, Philadelphia Police said Tuesday.

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Trump in Wildwood: America’s crude T-shirt president hits the boardwalk, finally | Will Bunch

The long strange trip of Donald Trump finally lands where it's always belonged, in a doo-wop world of crude T-shirts and Kate Smith.

Lower Merion may not get later school start times next fall as debate over how to get more sleep for teens continues

In light of opposition to a proposal to start the elementary school day earlier in order to push middle and high school later, district leaders are recommending no change this fall. Some parents — and sleepy teenagers — are frustrated.

Super Bowl LIV: How football helped Andy Reid cope with the death of a son

After Andy Reid was let go by the Eagles seven years ago, friends urged him to take a year off, grieve for his dead son and spend time with his family. Reid ignored their advice and took the Kansas City Chiefs' head-coaching job. On Sunday, his team will play in Super Bowl LIV.

Now Trump administration would like to see bankrupt Philadelphia refinery kept open

A former CEO and labor union leaders are pushing Peter Navarro, president's trade and manufacturing policy adviser, to put the White House's weight behind a bid to keep the refinery operating.

Man is charged with theft of Allen Iverson’s backpack containing $500,000 in jewelry from Center City hotel

Christopher Daniel, 21, of North Philadelphia, surrendered and was charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property, both felonies, police said.

South Jersey leader of black separatist church is sentenced to prison for misspending money and evading taxes

Jermaine Grant, 44, of Burlington Township, who heads the Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ, in New York's Harlem section, diverted millions of dollars of church money for his own personal gain, authorities said.
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