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Located about 46 miles southwest of New York City, Philadelphia is one of the largest college towns in the United States and has the second-largest student concentration on the East Coast. Philadelphia is home to the Liberty Bell, one of the most prominent symbols of the American Revolutionary War. It is a familiar symbol of independence within the United States and has been described as an icon of liberty and justice.
Local Newspapers: The Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) Philadelphia Eagles (NFL) Philadelphia Flyers (NHL)
Local Colleges: University of Pennsylvania Drexel University Temple University
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With prison on hold, former Pa. AG Kathleen Kane appeals perjury conviction
Craig R. McCoy is a member of the Inquirer investigative team. His reporting has examined police mistreatment of rape victims, corruption among Pennsylvania public officials, the high dismissal rate in the Philadelphia criminal courts, among other issues.Planners of second Philadelphia casino to prep site near sports stadiums
Artist's rendering of casino and hotel complex planned for 900 Packer Ave. site in South Philadelphia's sports stadium district. The developers of a casino and hotel complex in South Philadelphia's sports stadium district have been granted permission to raze the Holiday Inn at the planned nine-acre construction site and start work on their project.Lawyer for convicted AG: Investigator had too much power
A lawyer for the former Pennsylvania attorney general convicted of leaking secret information then lying about it says the special prosecutor who investigated her had too much power. Kathleen Kane's attorney told a panel of appeals judges in Philadelphia on Wednesday that the decision to give the special prosecutor grand jury authority violated rules about separation of powers.Alex Capasso, former high-profile Philadelphia chef, sentenced to 20 years as a child predator
Following a hearing that was marked by disturbing descriptions of what he wanted to do to children, Alex Capasso, former chef at a series of high-profile Philadelphia restaurants, was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in federal prison for his guilty plea to a child-pornography related charge. Without the plea deal, Capasso, described by his primary victim's mother as a "monster," had faced life in prison if he had been convicted at trial.Philadelphia woman struck, killed in Bensalem
A pedestrian died during Wednesday morning's snowfall after being struck by multiple vehicles on a Bensalem highway. Just before 5:45 a.m., Catherine Gaffney, 30, of Philadelphia, stepped into the northbound lane of the 3100 block of Bristol Pike.Big Pharma should help Philadelphia fight opioid overdoses | Mike Newall
Mike Newall has been writing for the Inquirer since 2010. Originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., he has been writing about Philadelphia crime, courts, politics, and neighborhoods since 2003.Renters more satisfied with Pittsburgh than Philadelphia, survey finds49 minutes ago
Given Philadelphia's monthly position among the most expensive rental markets in the nation, it may be less than a shock to learn that renters in the city aren't exactly thrilled with their lots in life. What is somewhat surprising is the fact that "affordability" is among the more positive things Philadelphia renters have to say about their living situation.Armed Robbers Shoot Man Trying to Protect Kids in Barbershop
A Good Samaritan was shot twice while trying to protect three children from two armed robbers inside a North Philadelphia barbershop Thursday. As he remains in the hospital fighting for his life, NBC10's Brandon Hudson speaks to the victim's aunt.Gunman Shoots Boy and Teen Brother in West Philadelphia
The 12-year-old boy and his 15-year-old brother were on the 6000 block of Ludlow Street at 7:44 p.m. when an unidentified gunman opened fire. The boy was shot once in the left side of the neck while hi solder brother was shot once in the right hand, once in the left arm and once in the chest.At Free Library, Wolff discusses the firestorm around 'Fire and Fury'16 minutes ago
Aubrey Whelan is a staff writer assigned to the enterprise team. Since joining the Inquirer in 2012, she has covered crime in Philadelphia and everything in Chester County.Aston man gets 90 years in prison for child porn, 'unspeakable' assaults49 minutes ago
A 43-year-old Delaware County man was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Philadelphia to 90 years in prison for making child pornography of a 7-year-old girl he had sexually assaulted, prosecutors said. Matthew Maffei, of Aston, had previously pleaded guilty to making and possessing child pornography of the daughter of a childhood friend.Wells Fargo Can't Escape Philadelphia's Lawsuit Over Discriminatory Lending
A lawsuit filed by the city of Philadelphia against Wells Fargo alleging the bank engaged in discriminatory mortgage-lending practices against black and Latino residents of the city has been allowed to proceed. U.S. District Judge Anita B. Brody of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied Wells Fargo's motion to dismiss the lawsuit and also denied the bank's motion to stay and/or limit discovery.Illustration of Montgomery County rape suspect released using controversial DNA technique
A bicyclist rides through Norristown Farm Park August 2, 2017, a day after a woman was raped in the park. CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer Five months since a woman reported being raped at gunpoint at a popular Montgomery County park, authorities have put a face to the man they say committed the violent daytime attack.clean plates, Philadelphia, restaurant, inspections
Just two weeks into the New Year, there are a few familiar names on the list of 13 restaurants, markets and stores that were temporarily closed by Philadelphia Department of Public Health inspectors between Jan. 1 and Jan. 15. Among the closures were Fork and High Street on Market , which have received 4 bells and 3 bells respectively from Inquirer Food Critic Craig LaBan, as well as a Wawa and a Starbucks. The inspectors visit nearly 1,000 eateries and food retailers every two weeks. Each inspection is generally regarded as a snapshot in time, and not necessarily a reflection of day-to-day conditions.Drexel's new nursing dean is a Philly native and expert on aging and caregiving
After seven years of commuting by train from Philadelphia to her job at Johns Hopkins University, Philadelphia native Laura Gitlin is happy to have a local commute again. Starting Feb. 1, she'll be the new dean of Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions, a division that boasts 4,500 students in a wide variety of disciplines, including behavioral health counseling, physical therapy, health services administration, nutrition and nursing.Dockless bike share is the next transportation trend Philly should embrace | Opinion
There are many reasons that Philly should get serious about expanding bicycle share : For every two miles a person bikes instead of drives, they save society $1. Adults who bike to work are healthier.2 shot dead in Philly overnight51 minutes ago
Joseph A. Gambardello is online breaking news editor. A former wire service foreign correspondent and New York City newspaper journalist, he joined the Inquirer in 1995 and has worked on the city, South Jersey, features, and online desks.
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