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1 Philly nonprofit hopes to open a new all-girls high school to replace Hallahan
2 Video: 'Mad or nah?' creator reflects on 1-year anniversary
3 ‘We’re seeing the need’: Chesco reminds residents to apply for rent assistance as eviction moratorium nears expiration
4 Employers can make the COVID vaccine mandatory. Should they?
5 Philly to announce first winners of COVID vaccine sweepstakes this week
6 Coronavirus update: More than 4.8M in NJ fully vaccinated
7 Melony Roy named news/digital director at WHYY
8 Why prescribing buprenorphine for opioid use disorders is easier now
9 Can the vaccine improve persistent symptoms for COVID long-haulers?
10 Theater artists protest Walnut Street Theatre, claiming abusive behavior
11 Philly City Council strikes ‘historic’ anti-violence funding deal as budget talks drag on
12 10 Things To Do This Week in Philly / NJ / Del.
13 COVID expanded outdoor dining — and Philly officials say some changes may stay
14 Philly to lift indoor mask restrictions and 11 p.m. last call beginning Friday
15 SEPTA to hold career fair targeting women for skilled trades jobs
16 Philly, go out and find your history
17 Summer soul: Black women vocalists perform in Delaware River waterfront series
18 14 indicted in connection with six Delaware gang murders
19 Anna Verna, first woman president of Philadelphia City Council, dead at 90
20 South Jersey beach towns go high-tech in long-range disaster planning
21 Spirit Untamed
22 Selfies and stories: West Philly students push against isolation and tragedy with photo project
23 The national argument over critical race theory reaches Souderton school district
24 Philly anti-violence activists are hopeful about new funding for prevention efforts
25 Can schools discipline students for off-campus speech?
26 Overdevelopment is threatening ‘Everybody’s Hometown,’ Media residents say
27 Delco wants to acquire Don Guanella property via eminent domain for use as a park
28 N.J. to celebrate first Juneteenth as an official state holiday
29 Krasner: Philly is limited in enforcing against riding dirt bikes, ATVs on city streets
30 I helped create the #JuneteenthChallenge. Here’s what I learned.
31 ‘No more excuses’: Pa. Dems want to use stimulus to fix crumbling schools
32 Philadelphia marks 1 year since George Floyd’s murder
33 Philly DA turns to residents for solutions to city’s gun violence epidemic
34 Lehigh Valley launches a Juneteenth festival just as it becomes a national holiday
35 From diesel to electric, Philly schools invest in clean transportation
36 Philly having all the feels as 76ers prep for Friday’s elimination playoff game
37 A West Philly Dem is going tough on crime. Progressives say his bill is ‘terrifyingly awful’
38 Does Pa.’s new unemployment system work? It depends who you ask.
39 Philly parking tax vote delayed again as protesters target Parkway Corp.
40 ‘You have to ask yourself: When does the mayor resign?’: Philly critiques a struggling Kenney administration
41 Video: The future of journalism is people
42 Kensington encampments persist after a lawsuit, a canceled sweep, and protest
43 Thousands of Philly students line up to take advantage of expanded summer programs
44 ‘More harm than good’: Most Pa. prisoners are vaxxed, but isolating COVID rules remain
45 ‘We’re ready when you’re ready’: SEPTA invites riders to return as Philly reopens
46 Coronavirus update: Vaccine sweepstakes coming to Philly
47 African American Museum in Philadelphia to hold Juneteenth and Fourth of July festivities
48 Philly’s proposed parking tax cut dies in council budget talks
49 Proposed cut to Philly’s parking tax could have strings attached
50 Krasner finds ‘horrendous abuses of power’ among cops, prosecutors in special report
51 Pledge: Legacybox
52 Girl learns her fashion walk to the Philadelphia Orchestra
53 New phase of COVID recovery in Philly draws celebrations large and small
54 Indoor dining is back, but let’s not forget the lessons of eating in the streets
55 How the Nose Knows
56 ‘Mad or nah?’: Residents react to Philly Weekly’s gun violence contest
57 South and West Philly collaborate on 'Pass Over'
58 Chester activists denounce a new Philadelphia Union-Subaru partnership as environmental injustice
59 Pa. coronavirus update: Penn faculty and staff have until Aug. 1 to get vaccinated
60 Jason Wingard to make history as Temple University’s first Black president
61 What researchers are learning about air pollution and the pandemic shutdown
62 Is PGW on board with Philadelphia's climate change goals?
63 ‘That ain’t justice’: Case backlog, jail conditions frustrate people in Philly’s criminal justice system
64 Philly Council passes bill cracking down on people riding dirt bikes on city streets
65 ‘I come from people who put up a fight’: New construction fuels tensions on North 7th Street
66 Iraq veterans and Iraqi immigrants build a traditional house of reeds in Philadelphia
67 KYW Newsradio reporter Cherri Gregg to join WHYY as host
68 Zoning board approves apartment complex in West Philly despite Gauthier opposition
69 Kenney offers sober progress report on Philly’s fight against systemic racism
70 How the Philly Medical Examiner’s Office desecrated MOVE victims’ remains for 36 years
71 Einstein’s DadLab support group offers parenting resources for new fathers
72 With Delco health department still a work-in-progress, local nonprofits awarded grant money to fill void
73 IRS launches new online sign-up for advance child tax credits
74 Protesters stage mayor’s office sit-in to oppose Philly business tax cuts
75 NJ health officials: Delta variant another reason to get vaccinated
76 Kia Ghee, a lifelong Philadelphian, to lead city’s Commission on Human Relations
77 ‘Protected them to death’: Elder-care COVID rules under fire
78 segments from The Promise and Pitfalls of AI
79 How reporting while Black during a summer of uprisings changed us
80 New Harriet Tubman Museum opens in Cape May on Juneteenth
81 Delco gasoline spill could take ‘weeks, maybe longer’ to clean up
82 Oasis of fresh fruit, veggies sprouts in northeast Wilmington ‘food desert’
83 Supreme Court sides with Catholic agency in Philly that denied same-sex foster parents
84 The first outdoor Philadelphia Flower Show kicks off Saturday at FDR Park
85 Mentoring program for Black men in Delaware looks to go global
86 Philly DA Krasner planning community forums on gun violence, criminal justice reform
87 N.J. reaches vaccination milestone; new Health Department building to be named for Persichilli
88 Philly school district celebrates top students who persevered despite virtual school
89 How to retain affordable housing in Philly? New study recommends subsidizing ‘small landlords’
90 For years U.S. Army hid, downplayed extent of firearms loss
91 Pa.’s first lady and acting physician general hold COVID-19 panel for youth
92 ‘We gotta run around like rats’: Jersey Shore businesses still struggling to hire as season gets underway
93 Bilenky Cycle Works makes bike for British prime minister
94 Historic flags unfold national pride and struggle
95 Philly commissioner says GOP is ‘playing games’ with impeachment threat over mail ballots
96 Bristol Myers Squibb launches Diversity in Clinical Trials Program
97 Philly Council passes tougher Airbnb regulations
98 Police: Suspect kills self to end overnight standoff after 3 Wilmington officers shot
99 Birds of prey protect beachgoers from seagulls in Ocean City, N.J. for fourth year
100 Hearing on Mariner East 2 reroute shows public rifts persist over pipeline project