15 shootings, 18 victims, 3 dead in another weekend of Philly violence

Two shootings were on South Street, popular with tourists, especially in summer. One was near a police mini-station and a recently opened Wawa.

Hundreds flock to Trenton arts event 1 year after shooting

A year after gunfire shattered Trenton's annual Art All Night festival, hundreds have flocked to this year's celebration of local art, music, food and films

Hundreds flock to Trenton arts event 1 year after shooting

A year after gunfire shattered Trenton's annual Art All Night festival, hundreds have flocked to this year's celebration of local art, music, food and films

Fire crews douse large fire at Shore storage facility

Fire crews have doused a large fire at a storage facility in New Jersey's Sea Isle City

Fire crews douse large fire at Shore storage facility

Fire crews have doused a large fire at a storage facility in New Jersey's Sea Isle City

'A man who built bridges’: Philadelphia deputy sheriff eulogized

Loved ones said they still didn’t know what made Danté Austin, the department’s first openly gay member, end his life at his desk.

'A man who built bridges’: Philadelphia deputy sheriff eulogized

Loved ones said they still didn’t know what made Danté Austin, the department’s first openly gay member, end his life at his desk.
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Is Malvern the new Phoenixville? This once sleepy Chester County borough is undergoing a serious transformation.

A $1.5 million Brick & Brew restaurant opened last month in downtown Malvern. Many in town say they welcome new restaurants, despite occasional parking, traffic, and home-affordability concerns. Others bemoan a loss of small-town charm and say the area is overdeveloped.

Plane landing at Newark airport blows tires, skids on runway

Authorities say a plane blew tires while landing at Newark airport, sending it skidding across the runway before coming to a halt

Tips for a safe and healthy vacation

A little bit of common sense, some advanced planning and checking in with medical professionals should insure a healthy and safe vacation.

Opinion

After her father was murdered, she vowed to get the education he never could. Now she’s a two-time Fulbright scholar

After suffering tremendous tragedy, Nadira Branch refused to be defined by fear, or grief, or a false choice.

Trump asks Lockheed Martin CEO to save Coatesville plant that makes White House helicopters and employs 465

Lockheed Martin chief executive Marillyn Hewson said Friday that she’s thinking about ways to keep her company’s Sikorsky helicopter factory in Coatesville, Chester County, open because President Donald Trump asked her to.

South Jersey firm disputes labor union allegation that it lied on application for $79 million tax break

“We have fully complied with all of the requirements” of the application process for Grow New Jersey tax credits, NFI spokesperson T.J. Lynch said.

Man dragged to death trying to stop car thief in North Philly

The victim was fatally wounded in the area of Broad Street and Girard Avenue.

Philly courts’ website, e-filing still down for 4th week

The First Judicial District's website and electronic-filing system have been down since May 21 after a virus attack on a limited number of computers prompted a precautionary shutdown.

Uber is discriminating against disabled riders, Pennsylvania lawsuit claims

A lawsuit in Pittsburgh is one of two that a national disability rights group has filed to demand better wheelchair access with Uber.

Repairs wrapping up after massive Center City water main break, but cause remains unknown

After last summer's 48-inch water break at Sansom and Juniper Streets, the Water Department says the area should reopen soon.

Vietnam veteran who dropped out to join Army gets high school diploma 50 years later

George Schaefer, 67, of Pine Hill, who dropped out of Overbrook High in 1969, returns to finally pick up his diploma 50 years after his class graduated.

Tornadoes touch down in South Jersey: ‘It just happened so fast’

The quick-moving storm knocked down trees and power lines and ripped siding and shingles from homes.

Pa. working to pass a $34B budget this month. These are the issues dominating talks.

Few in the Capitol appear stressed over the annual horse-trading ritual. This year, there is more money — revenues are running more than $800 million higher than projected — and more realism. But there are still key policy disagreements.

Politics
Donald Trump Jr., 2 former FBI leaders testify on Capitol Hill

Nation & World
Hong Kong leader fights for political life after bill fiasco

Guatemalans choose president amid distrust, flight to US

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