Rent control and homeowner protections urged for Philadelphia amid gentrification
About 20,000 evictions are filed in Philadelphia each year, the fourth highest number among American cities.

Elizabeth Warren wasn’t playing around at the debate. A lawyer from Philly has seen it before.
Elizabeth Warren's debate performance might have seemed familiar to Doug Baird, a legal scholar raised in Montgomery County, who debated Warren decades ago.

Philadelphia tobacco retailers down by 20% three years after new city regulations
The drop amounts to 659 fewer licensed tobacco retailers in Philadelphia.

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Sixers to increase ticket prices next season

The average increase for upper bowl seats will be $7 per seat per game, which the Sixers say will better align them with NBA markets of similar size and stature.

Hahnemann University Hospital’s owners agree to buy ‘tail insurance’ for former residents

The bankrupt parent of the former Hahnemann University Hospital has agreed to buy malpractice insurance that will protect hundreds of medical residents who trained at the Center City hospital before it closed last summer.

Comcast’s highest-ranking female executive is retiring

Rudnay, the company’s highest-ranking female executive, is leaving at the end of the year.

Opinion

Don’t look to Archbishop Nelson Pérez for political leadership | Christine Flowers

It may be inevitable then that Philadelphia’s new archbishop, Nelson Pérez will become a political figure. But I sure hope not.

Reading Terminal Market manager leaving to become Rep. Evans’ chief of staff

Anuj Gupta, who first worked with the congressman on his mayoral campaigns in the 1990s, will become his top aide.

Alexander Calder will finally get a prime museum site on the Parkway, across from Barnes and Rodin

Major funders include the Neubauer Family Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and the estate of H. F. “Gerry” Lenfest. The architects behind London's Tate Modern will design the building and grounds.
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