‘I can’t get my brother back’: Hammer attack part of deadly day in Philly

"I shouldn't be burying my little brother," Damon Hunter said of his brother, Derek Hill, who was beaten to death in West Oak Lane on Saturday morning.

2-year-old girl killed in YMCA parking lot in Haverford Township

The child reportedly got away from her mother, sat down in a parking space and was struck by a vehicle that pulled into the spot.

2-year-old girl killed in YMCA parking lot in Haverford Township

The child reportedly got away from her mother, sat down in a parking space and was struck by a vehicle that pulled into the spot.

Philly man tied up, assaulted during a home invasion; attackers posed as PGW workers

The men fled with jewelry and several thousand dollars in cash, police said.

Philly man tied up, assaulted during a home invasion; attackers posed as PGW workers

The men fled with jewelry and several thousand dollars in cash, police said.

4 arrested, but calm mostly prevails at ‘We the People’ rally on Independence Mall

A rally Saturday on Independence Mall that had been hyped online as having the potential to attract white supremacists or other violence-prone hate groups was instead a duel of political demonstrations that passed largely without incident but included four arrests.

4 arrested, but calm mostly prevails at ‘We the People’ rally on Independence Mall

A rally Saturday on Independence Mall that had been hyped online as having the potential to attract white supremacists or other violence-prone hate groups was instead a duel of political demonstrations that passed largely without incident but included four arrests.
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Whole Foods to open in Newtown Square after years of delay and rumors

Many who live in and around Newtown Square said they excitedly await the opening of Whole Foods, which calls itself "America's Healthiest Grocery Store" and is widely considered the country's largest organic grocer. But they worry about congestion and over-development.

Three dead, two injured after shootings, group attack in Philadelphia

In less than a 12-hour span, three people – including a man who police say was attacked by a group – died early Saturday morning in separate incidents across Philadelphia.

Trump plans to nominate Andrew Wheeler, former coal lobbyist, as next EPA chief

President Trump announced that he would nominate Environmental Protection Agency Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler to head the agency.

Camden school and zoning board decisions reveal that ‘home rule’ has limits in the city

In Camden, the school board will soon be elected, rather than appointed. But the district remains under state control. And the city zoning board recently discovered its decisions are subject to an extraordinary veto provided under the separate state oversight of City Hall. So much for "home rule" in Camden.

For GoFundMe scammers, the lying was easy

In an age where it's easy to put anyone under a digital microscope, McClure, D'Amico and Bobbitt managed to rob more than 14,000 people without breaking a sweat.

Philly makes headway in Kensington opioid crisis six weeks after disaster declaration

Project Resilience — the opioid disaster declaration in Kensington — has made big progress in barely 6 weeks, with one significant disappointment.

Passengers, not SEPTA bus driver, blocked rider in wheelchair, video shows

Access to public transit for a disabled person can depend on the whims of other passengers.

Philly DA Larry Krasner withdraws office from statewide prosecutors group

Krasner has withdrawn his office from the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association, saying the advocacy group supported regressive or overly punitive policies and represented "the voice of the past."

Surprise snowstorm truly a rarity. Nothing like it in 65 years in Philly.

This much snow hasn't fallen so early in the season in Philadelphia in 65 years … and that's the only other time it happened.

Under Gov. Murphy, state runs Atlantic City behind closed doors

The state takeover of Atlantic City enters its third year, its legal bills surpassing $5.8 million, its inner working no more transparent under Gov. Murphy than they were under Gov. Christie.

What Betsy DeVos’ new sexual misconduct regulations mean for victims, the accused, and schools

Under new Title IX regulations unveiled by the Trump administration, schools will have limited responsibility to investigate allegations of misconduct and the accused will have more defined rights.

Police seek public’s help in identifying suspects in Tacony abduction, robbery

Philadelphia Police rereleased video footage Friday hoping to find someone who might recognize two people allegedly involved in an abduction and robbery of a 21-year-old man two months ago in Tacony.

A sawmill opens in the heart of South Jersey’s Pine Barrens

One forester believes more sawmills could help thin forests and, in turn, reduce the risk of fires.

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