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Meek Mill Condemns Violence in Philadelphia: 'I Just Know We Smarter Than That'

Meek Mill Condemns Violence in Philadelphia: 'I Just Know We Smarter Than That'

The rapper feels like kids are being "brainwashed" to accept a detrimental approach to life.
Philadelphians Ignore Stay-at-Home Order During Coronavirus

Philadelphians Ignore Stay-at-Home Order During Coronavirus

Philadelphia remains one of the places where a stay-at-home order is enforced, yet many Philadelphia residents were outside ignoring that order on Friday.
This Rental Has Rustic Brick, Vintage Finds, Tons of Plants, and One Cute Cat

This Rental Has Rustic Brick, Vintage Finds, Tons of Plants, and One Cute Cat

The units arched windows, exposed beams, and rustic brick are charming, and the buildings location can't be beatjust steps away from art galleries, cozy cafes, and the nations oldest residential
The Districts Love This Classic Philly Dive That Started the 'Citywide Special'

The Districts Love This Classic Philly Dive That Started the 'Citywide Special'

"Even though they have live jazz too, you're going to Bob and Barbara's Lounge for a shot and a beer," says frontman Rob Grote.
Philly Officials Say Rich Jerk Who Owns Shuttered Hospital Is Trying to Cash in on Covid-19 Emergency

Philly Officials Say Rich Jerk Who Owns Shuttered Hospital Is Trying to Cash in on Covid-19 Emergency

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has accused the owner of a closed-down hospital of trying to profiteer off a deal to re-open during the coronavirus pandemic, while City Councilmember Helen Gym has
Philadelphia 76ers Ownership Puts Employee Salary Reductions on Hold After Backlash

Philadelphia 76ers Ownership Puts Employee Salary Reductions on Hold After Backlash

Joe Harris reversed course after his initial announcement was widely criticized.
First Their Side Hustle Disappeared. Then Their Main Jobs Did Too

First Their Side Hustle Disappeared. Then Their Main Jobs Did Too

When the restaurants closed and tours were cancelled after the coronavirus outbreak, some Philadelphians lost two jobs on the same day.
VIDEO: Thug sucker-punches man who appears to be Asian on Philly street. Victim falls face-first on curb while others cheer attack.

VIDEO: Thug sucker-punches man who appears to be Asian on Philly street. Victim falls face-first on curb while others cheer attack.

A sucker-punch attack against a man who appears to be Asian was captured on video and shared on social media, according to NextShark, an outlet that covers Asian American News and Asian News. What
Coronavirus Gun Control: Philly Police Halt Concealed Permit Issuance

Coronavirus Gun Control: Philly Police Halt Concealed Permit Issuance

The Philadelphia Police Department halted the issuance of concealed carry permits this week after the unit that processes the permit was shut down amid Chinese coronavirus concerns.
Philadelphia: DA Asks Police to Limit Low-Level Arrests During Coronavirus Threat

Philadelphia: DA Asks Police to Limit Low-Level Arrests During Coronavirus Threat

Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner is asking the city's police department to cut back on arrests for low-level and non-violent crime.
Nolte: Philly Suspends Jail Time for Theft as Dem Mayors Outlaw Gun Purchases

Nolte: Philly Suspends Jail Time for Theft as Dem Mayors Outlaw Gun Purchases

How's Grandpa Joe Biden's gun-grabbing looking now, I mean in a world where the Democrat-led Philadelphia publicly announced there will be no jail time for burglary, car theft, vandalism… Where
Philly police announce exact crimes it will stop arresting people for over COVID-19, get blasted on Twitter

Philly police announce exact crimes it will stop arresting people for over COVID-19, get blasted on Twitter

The Philadelphia police revealed Tuesday exactly which crimes officers will temporarily stop arresting people for amid the coronavirus outbreak. In an internal memo to department commanders,
Philadelphia PD Will Delay Low-Level Arrests to Prevent Further Spread of Coronavirus

Philadelphia PD Will Delay Low-Level Arrests to Prevent Further Spread of Coronavirus

The department will instead issue arrest warrants for nonviolent crimes like burglary, prostitution, retail theft, and all narcotics offenses.
Denver police arresting fewer suspects in effort to keep COVID-19 out of jails

Denver police arresting fewer suspects in effort to keep COVID-19 out of jails

The Denver Police Department has implemented a new policy of issuing summonses to some nonviolent suspects who would ordinarily be arrested and sent to the slammer, in an effort to prevent COVID-19
Philadelphia Ends Jail for 'Non-Violent' Criminals Because of Coronavirus Crisis

Philadelphia Ends Jail for 'Non-Violent' Criminals Because of Coronavirus Crisis

The Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Police Department is implementing a new policy where accused criminals deemed "non-violent" will be quickly released after their arrests to fight the coronavirus.
Retrial of US Catholic official delayed over coronavirus concerns

Retrial of US Catholic official delayed over coronavirus concerns

The retrial of the only church official who has ever gone to prison in the Roman Catholic Church sex abuse scandal was delayed Monday because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Retrial of US Catholic official delayed over coronavirus concerns

The retrial of the only church official who has ever gone to prison in the Roman Catholic Church sex abuse scandal was delayed Monday because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Philadelphia brewery born with a social conscience

The Philadelphia brewery born with a social conscience

The for-profit Triple Bottom Brewery is on a mission. Well, three missions.