Undaunted by the pandemic, Philadelphia’s second casino is set to finally open its doors
More than 16 years after the state authorized two standalone casinos in Philadelphia, the lavish Live! Casino and Hotel Philadelphia is set to open this weekend.

Swiftly rising coronavirus death toll brings concern amid vaccine hope
Nearly half of all Pa.’s pandemic deaths have occurred since Dec. 1. Both Pa. and N.J. surpassed 18,000 confirmed deaths this week.

Biden unveils a $1.9 trillion plan to stem the coronavirus and steady the economy

Shake Milton’s 31 points lead the Sixers’ rout of depleted Heat
This was the second home win over shorthanded Miami in three days.

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Signs of the COVID times in the Philadelphia region

Throughout the Philadelphia region and beyond, businesses and institutions have created clever and creative reminders to follow pandemic safety measures.

A decade after wrongful arrests by rogue Philly police, fight for compensation drags on

“Eleven years later, I’m still trying to snap out of it and get back to reality. Every day I have to relive this is a nightmare.”

Jeff Van Drew voted against impeachment but America just wanted to talk about his suit.

Jeff Van Drew dressed for the occasion. Like he always does. "It’s kind of fun for me to wear suits that are a little bit different," the New Jersey Republican congressman said.

‘He was the kindest person in the entire world. This is so screwed up,’ sister of slain dog walker says

Milan Loncar, 25, was fatally shot near his Brewerytown home Wednesday night while walking his dog, Roo.

Sources: Phillies agree to one-year deal with reliever Archie Bradley

The 28-year-old right-hander brings late-game experience, including 24 saves in 28 opportunities in the last two seasons for the Arizona Diamondbacks.

A former Philly insurance executive is eyeing a run for Pennsylvania governor

Daniel J. Hilferty, the former CEO of Independence Health Group, has been calling potential donors and gauging interest among supporters for a prospective Republican candidacy.

Virginia men arrested for gun offenses during Philly vote count face new election-interference charges

Prosecutors charged Joshua Macias and Antonio LaMotta, who came to Philadelphia voting center with guns and ammo during the counting, with attempting to to interfere with an election.
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