Opinion

Justice follows revenge in Philly Archdiocese clergy abuse at St. Titus in East Norriton

Mike McDonnell stole from the church after being abused by one of its priests. But true justice may be arcing, finally, toward the former altar boy.

Toxic algal blooms identified in 7 waterways in one South Jersey county
Five lakes in Salem County, N.J. have been swarmed by toxic algal blooms, according to state data.

Iran diplomat warns of ‘all-out war’ if hit for Saudi attack
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif's comments appeared to be a response to Mike Pompeo, who a day earlier referred to Saturday's attack as an "act of war."

Young female athletes with concussions take longer to recover, CHOP study finds
Girls take longer to seek or get specialty medical treatment for their injuries, according to a study.

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‘Nothing has been ruled out’ in search for missing 5-year-old South Jersey girl

Police issued an Amber Alert indicating that Dulce Alavez was abducted from a Bridgeton playground by a man in a red van.

Eagles-Lions scouting report and prediction | Paul Domowitch

A complete breakdown of Sunday's game at Lincoln Financial Field.

Column

New Temple library becomes the instant heart and soul of the campus

The granite-clad Charles Library is Temple University’s most compelling work of architecture in decades.

Tour Fairmount Park’s 6 historic mansions at CiderFest

Lemon Hill, Strawberry Mansion, Cedar Grove, Laurel Hill, Woodford, and Mount Pleasant provide windows into Philadelphia's past.

King of Prussia Mall carjacking victim said she feared for her life. Now two teens face trial as adults.

The decision by Montgomery County Magisterial District Judge William Maruszczak came moments after an Upper Merion Township police trooper described the attack in the victims’ own words. “I was losing consciousness very quickly,” she told police. “I dropped my car keys. I yelled ‘Just take it.'"

Can a historic Center City building become 'a really hip center for millennial Jews'? One local group is counting on it.

The building at 1601-1603 Lombard St. is considered to a “contributing” part of a local historic district thanks to its ties to an African-American beauty-school chain.

This art exhibit takes a community approach to La Ofrenda by collecting Philly Latinos’ belongings

The Offering is an art project that integrates the customs and personal belongings of more than 50 Philly Latino residents collected by lead artist César Viveros over the course of two years.
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