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At Philly’s annual Alzheimer’s Walk, 2 miles, thousands of participants, and lots of hope

The fund-raising goal was $1.6 million, with about $1.2 million reported raised by Sunday afternoon, according to the Philadelphia chapter website.

Kevin Hart posts emotional Instagram video about car crash recovery

The Philly native underwent back surgery and physical therapy after suffering injuries from a serious car crash in Los Angeles.

Geno’s debuts new cheesesteak mascot ‘Whizzy’

Although they considered various renditions of the mascot's name, including “Whiz head," the name “Whizzy” stuck.

Seven ‘Scabby the Rats’ line Public Ledger Building as unions protest

Scabby the Rat, which is commonly used as a mascot for union rights protests, has become a fixture in Philadelphia, where it is typical to see one inflatable rat on the street. But have you ever seen seven?

Bernard Katz, labor rights attorney, dies at 91

Katz represented most of the unions in the city in the 1970s, his children said, defending tens of thousands of working people in the manufacturing, industrial, and trade industries.

Triple shootings reported on 3 consecutive nights in Philadelphia

On Tuesday around 10:36 p.m., three people suffered gunshot wounds at the 1800 block of North Judson Street.

Lightning strike causes destructive Chester County church fire

The flames swallowed the roof and heavily damaged the church's interior.

Camden police investigate alleged harassment outside black separatist ‘hate group’ church

Two people from the Israelite Church of God and Jesus Christ told police that several unknown protesters made harassing comments and threats about their religion.

Faith community members protest gun violence, urge for assault weapons ban

Organizers emphasized that “thoughts and prayers,” are not enough, and that faith-based communities must mobilize to urge Pennsylvania lawmakers to enact gun control policies.

9 shot in another weekend violence spree in Philly

The shootings started just before midnight Saturday and continued past dawn Sunday. No arrests were reported.