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What should happen to the South Philly refinery site? Community voices weigh in.

The Inquirer tapped three local stakeholders for their thoughts on what should happen to the PES refinery site, post explosion and bankruptcy.

Patients on ventilators caught in the middle as nursing homes bleed money
Several Pennsylvania nursing say bankruptcy is a real risk because the state isn't paying them enough to cover the cost of providing critical care for patients on ventilators.

A Pa. election fiasco with new voting machines happened because they were set up incorrectly
The issues in Northampton County heightened concerns about the 2020 presidential election in Pennsylvania as the state looks to put new voting machines in all 67 counties before the April primary.

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From the Publisher: The Inquirer is committed to serving you

Inquirer Publisher and CEO Terry Egger looks back at 2019 and previews 2020.

A few last-minute tips to save on your 2019 tax bill

It's not too late! Plus, a better SALT property tax deduction may be in the works.

PFAS regulation plan gets weakened by Congress in latest spending bill

The national defense spending bill is set to be passed with some but not all of the provisions local lawmakers wanted for chemical cleanup.

Netflix’s new Christmas sitcom is set in Bucks County. So, how Philly is it?

Thanksgiving Day this year brought a new, Philly-set sitcom from Netflix, but mostly, you’d be hard-pressed to realize that by watching it.

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Philly online retailer launches private-label sportswear collection for the girl-on-the-go | Elizabeth Wellington

OTG, which stands for On the Go, is a collection of activewear that's highly technical, as in you can wear it to Soul Cycle, but still has a relaxed aesthetic.

They’ve sent each other the same Christmas card — for 37 years

Who knew, way back in 1982, that my 75-cent purchase of a silly little card would launch a lovely ritual that would endure for so many years?

Opinion

Greg Lingo swore he was done with Upper Darby. Then he realized he wasn’t - and wrote a movie. | Maria Panaritis

Now a Main Line developer, Lingo has written and filmed "Crabs in a Bucket." Inquirer columnist Maria Panaritis, a fellow Upper Darby expat, totally gets why.
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