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Phillies beat Mets as Aaron Nola turns in Cy Young-worthy performance against Noah Syndergaard

Aaron Nola has put together a season that has turned the impossible into a realistic possibility: The LSU product vying for a Cy Young award.

Bud Gardler funeral services set for Monday

Funeral services for retired Cardinal O'Hara High School basketball coach Bud Gardler will be Monday, Aug. 20, at the high school. Viewing will be from 12 to 2:30 p.m., with the funeral at 2:30.

South Philly Barbacoa featured on 'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee'

TBS's "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" aired a Philly-filmed segment this week focusing on undocumented restaurant workers, and South Philly Barbacoa's Cristina Martinez made an appearance.

Sexual misconduct accusation, firm denial roil key Pennsylvania congressional race

Republican Marty Nothstein, running in one of Pennsylvania's most critical congressional races, has faced an investigation for a sexual misconduct dating back to an alleged incident some 18 years

Among the dead flowers at the Academy of Natural Sciences, a Civil War mystery unfolds | Mike Newall

What was a botanist doing wandering the Gettysburg battlefield not seven weeks after thousands of men had perished there?

Nick Foles' injury puts Nate Sudfeld, Eagles' third quarterback, in the spotlight

The Eagles wanted to get a long look at Nate Sudfeld this preseason. It might be a much longer look than they anticipated.

More modern Filipino cooking at Sarvida, a Fishtown BYOB from chef Lou Boquila

Lou Boquila has two years under his belt at Perla in South Philadelphia.

Trenton's first openly gay mayor an early backer of medical marijuana, marriage equality

Reed Gusciora, the first openly gay mayor of Trenton, was also a trailblazer when he served 22 years in the legislature, sponsoring the state's bills for marriage equality and medical marijuana.

Philly to review records for employee who tripled salary in overtime

The city's Department of Human Services is launching a review of employee Joy Hurtt's fiscal year 2018 payroll records.

'These are homicidal maniacs.' Camden County seeks 3 gunmen in police ambush.

Camden County authorities identify three suspects wanted in the ambush on two Camden County detectives.

Phillies' Gabe Kapler is like a quarterback - you can always write about him | Bob Brookover

Since the start of spring training, the manager has been the most interesting man in the Phillies clubhouse.

South Philadelphian will compete on Food Network's 'Worst Cooks in America'

Frank Scuderi, a South Philadelphia native now residing in Maple Shade, New Jersey, will compete on season 14 of the Food Network show, "Worst Cooks in America,". Scuderi will be in the running for a

Mura Masa grew up playing in a punk band with his parents. Now, he's hitting Union Transfer

Mura Masa's electric show, which he modestly describes as "a kind of weird one-man band," will travel to Union Transfer here in Philadelphia, on Saturday, August 18th.

Friends say Philly-educated peace activist Peter Biar Ajak has been charged with treason in South Sudan

Ajak came to Philadelphia as a teenage refugee in January 2001, one of 40,000 "Lost Boys" left homeless by the violence and brutality of civil war in Sudan.

Eagles-Patriots: What we learned

Highlights and lowlights from the Eagles' 37-20 loss to the Patriots.

Target opens more mini stores in NoLibs and in South Jersey

The Northern Liberties store will be located at 456 N. 5th St., 19123 and the Haddon Township store will be located at 650 W. Cuthbert Blvd., 08108. Target now has six small-format stores in the

Boom time: New restaurants are on the way in Philadelphia

The crop of late summer/early fall restaurant openings includes one project that's been in the works for 2½ years (P.J. Clarke's), an ambitious food hall (Bourse Marketplace), three mom-and-pop BYOBs

'He's a liar': Hot debate over education in Pa. governor's race

Wolf won election in 2014 after pledging to remedy education cuts. Four years later, state education spending is up - but many school districts are still struggling.

A Friar's suicide, a lawyer who pressed on, and the truth about Pa.'s Catholic Church sex abuse | Maria Panaritis

Franciscan Friar Stephen Baker had been a serial abuser of boys across Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Minnesota. He committed suicide in 2013, days after his secrets were made public. The

Are the Phillies a product of their ballpark? | David Murphy

The Phillies continue to mash home runs at home. But look at what happens when they leave Citizens Bank Park.