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Signup issues continue for Philly’s FEMA vaccine site at convention center; fewer Pa. adults will now receive stimulus checks

Three days into running a mass vaccine site with FEMA, Philadelphia still can't screen out ineligible or uninvited people who sign up for appointments.

What to expect at the 2021 Philadelphia Flower Show, held outside for the first time.

The Flower Show will be different this year. Here's what it will look like.

‘A fundamentally amazing person’: 15-year-old shot and killed in West Philly
Embaba Mengesteabe, a 15-year-old sophomore at Motivation High School, “was not the kind of person who would quit,” said Vibha Bhatnagar, her science teacher. “She was very hardworking."

Three public schools will close in Camden this year, but a fourth will be spared in district restructuring plan
"Change is never easy," Camden school board president says about plans to close three public schools at the end of the school year.

Camden Mayor Frank Moran is resigning
Moran will leave the job just months before the end of his first term and November’s general election.

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Howie Roseman starts the Eagles’ salary cap work by restructuring deals for Darius Slay and Jason Kelce

Pushing charges into future years frees up room under the tight 2021 cap, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘Crown jewels’ of Disney animation are coming to Franklin Institute for a world-premiere show

An exhibition celebrating 100 years of Disney will premiere at the Franklin Institute, with objects from the company’s "archival, animation, and Imagineering vaults," organizers say.

Philly DA Larry Krasner’s rival tries to pick off a big group behind his win

Carlos Vega, the former prosecutor challenging Krasner in the Democratic primary, pitched himself to Reclaim Philadelphia as an agent of “real progressive reform.” It was a tough sell.

Where to get vegan doughnuts in and around Philadelphia

There are lots of vegan — or vegan and gluten-free — doughnuts in Philly. Here's where to find them.

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Love and marriage at Philadelphia City Hall | Photos

Couples apply for marriage licenses at City Hall and take photographs in front of the "Marriage Mural" which was completed just before Valentine's Day, by Mural Arts Philadelphia staff artist Nathaniel Lee, at the Marriage License Bureau, in Philadelphia on March 3.

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Fires and demolitions threaten Strawberry Mansion block where historic John Coltrane house struggles for survival | Inga Saffron

The handsome, late 19th-century home where the jazz great composed his most groundbreaking works could be left standing all by itself.
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