$10 debt costs him his freedom. Philly man gets life sentence for drug-related killing.

Philly man Dante Green was sentenced to life in prison for killing a man over a $10 drug debt in 2016.

$10 debt costs him his freedom. Philly man gets life sentence for drug-related killing.

Philly man Dante Green was sentenced to life in prison for killing a man over a $10 drug debt in 2016.

Extremist neo-Nazi leader is a former Villanova student, N.J. resident, reports say

British news organizations report that Rinaldo Nazzaro, 46, a former New Jersey resident and Villanova University drop out, is leading a violent neo-Nazi group that has triggered investigations from U.S. counterterrorism officials.

Extremist neo-Nazi leader is a former Villanova student, N.J. resident, reports say

British news organizations report that Rinaldo Nazzaro, 46, a former New Jersey resident and Villanova University drop out, is leading a violent neo-Nazi group that has triggered investigations from U.S. counterterrorism officials.

Rare copy of a Christopher Columbus letter stolen in Venice is recovered by Delaware authorities

The letter, with an estimated market value of $1.3 million, is being returned to the Italian library from which it went missing back in the '80s.

Rare copy of a Christopher Columbus letter stolen in Venice is recovered by Delaware authorities

The letter, with an estimated market value of $1.3 million, is being returned to the Italian library from which it went missing back in the '80s.
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Judge vacates man’s death sentence in 1990 Overbrook killing, grants new trial in his West Philly murder case

Prosecutors had previously sought to give Derrick Ragan a chance at parole with a 35-to-70-year plea deal.

‘I will not vote’ for Trump, Jeff Van Drew vowed in a voicemail. Then he pledged ‘undying support’ for the president.

The emergence of the voicemail comes just days before Van Drew is set to fly with Trump on Air Force One to a rally in Wildwood

Philly’s got the worst school librarian ratio in the U.S. This group is protesting

“Why do the students in Philadelphia not have that opportunity? To me, that sounds like discrimination,” said State Rep. Thomas Murt (R., Montgomery County), a former teacher whose district includes part of Northeast Philadelphia.

Visiting a Northern Liberties shrine, Philly's next archbishop says he's 'shocked that I’m back here'

The Archdiocese's next leader asked for prayers "as we begin this journey that brought me back to the land of the cheesesteaks."

Philly volunteers wanted to spruce up their neighborhood school for MLK Jr. Day. The school district billed them $700

“It’s Martin Luther King Day. Why wouldn’t you somehow want to encourage schools and communities to come together and do something good in your school?” said Kristen McKenna, the president of the Greenfield Home and School Association, calling the charge “just infuriating.”

The Philadelphia school board is getting at least one new member

Wayne Walker, the current Philadelphia Board of Education vice president, will not seek reappointment to the job, officials announced Friday.

‘I’ve totally lost all respect for him’: Jeff Van Drew’s donors want a refund

Longtime Van Drew backers are still reeling from his high-profile party switch, and a growing number of donors are asking for their money back.

Buses, congestion, funding, and fares: Where SEPTA GM Leslie Richards stands as she starts the job

“People think I’m in the transportation business; I think that I’m in the people business,” she said.

A former child services caseworker was charged with human trafficking and promoting prostitution in Delaware County

Candace Talley, 27, of Sicklerville, is accused of enlisting women to work as prostitutes, driving them to and from jobs, and receiving more than 25% of the proceeds of their illegal activity, the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office said.

Nelson Perez’s path from Philly priest to the region’s first Hispanic archbishop

Nelson Perez is the first Latino chosen to lead the archdiocese and only the third to be named a U.S. archbishop. His selection to replace Archbishop Charles J. Chaput represents a moment of transition for the church both locally and across the U.S.

Pa. auditor general presses for new laws on pharmacy benefit managers

Auditor general Eugene DePasquale said Thursday said that pharmacy benefit manager business practices are “harming” independent pharmacies, and that he was concerned about the “future of competition” among retail pharmacies in the state.

Kenney to the Mummers: End blackface, or it’s the end of the parade

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is threatening to end the city’s storied Mummers Parade if organizers don’t make significant changes to address inappropriate behavior by participants following another blackface controversy at this year’s event.

At Mass at Cathedral Basilica, new archbishop called ‘wonderful news’

Rev. Isaac Haywiser prayed for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Diocese of Cleveland “during this time of transition.”

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