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Chester Children’s Chorus

Nearly 40% of Chester residents live below the poverty line. But the Chester Children’s Chorus, now in its 25th year, gives at-risk youth a voice and a chance to learn music in a safe, supportive environment. Read more here.Read more

Mathematics, Civics and Sciences Charter School.

Scarred by the shooting deaths of two students in recent years, a charter school in Spring Garden is planning to teach the skills of surviving on the streets. Read more here. Read more

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney.

Mayor Jim Kenney Tuesday signed two bills designed to make Philadelphia's air cleaner. Read more here. Read more

Kennett Township Manager Lisa Moore

Longtime Kennett Township Manager Lisa Moore is facing more than 100 felony charges, accused of stealing more than $3 million from the township. Read more here.Read more

The future of a law on renewable energy is being targeted by one of Pennsylvania's senators and the EPA.

With the race still two years away, a new potential candidate for governor of Pennsylvania has emerged on the Republican side. Read more here.Read more

Rowan University held a forum on mental health and suicide after several students ended their lives on the campus this year.

Rowan University hosted a discussion about approaches to mental health Monday night for students and staff. the Galssboro campus is united in grief, and trying to cope with the loss of three classmates to suicide this semester. Students are looking for answers and support, and university...Read more

Flu season is here, and it's widespread in Pennsylvania with five deaths reported in the state. Health professionals say there are steps people can take to stay healthy and prevent its spread. Read more here.Read more

Eagles fans face a soggy tailgate before the game against the Giants.

Eagles tailgaters had to deal with some wet weather before the Birds' crucial game against the Giants on Monday. "This is probably the lightest tailgate I’ve ever seen," said Bruce Ciallella outside of Lincoln Financial Field. Read more here.Read more


Some people are jumping on a growing trend of being “sober curious” — a trial run of what being alcohol-free would be like for them in social situations. But how do you navigate a cocktail-heavy holiday party with newfound sobriety? Read more here.Read more

David Sheppard

The man whose clemency was held up by a shoplifting charge in Delaware County is one step closer to freedom. After nearly 30 years in state prison, 54-year-old David Sheppard is being released to a community correction center — or halfway house — on personal recognizance. Read more here.Read more