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Pleasantville and Camden high schools finish their football game at Lincoln Financial Field.

Two South Jersey high school football teams whose playoff game was interrupted Friday night by gunfire finished that game Wednesday. Read more here. Read more

Photo of a gun.

A Philadelphia doctor is working to change how mass shootings are thought of and how they're perceived in urban areas like Philadelphia by looking at a decades worth of shootings. Read more here.Read more

Little Baby's Ice Cream

Ice cream aficionados have sprinkled Little Baby’s Ice Cream with love and admiration over the years, but the one-of-a-kind Fishtown eatery is getting ready to serve its last scoop. Read more here.Read more

Philadelphia City Hall.

Philadelphia City Council's public health committee has advanced a measure that would put new reporting requirements on hospitals that are planning to close. Read more here. Read more

A phone at a call center.

A movement is underway to create a new three-digit number to combat suicide, and the Federal Communications Commission is considering the move.  Read more here.Read more

Transgender pride flag

Cities around the world, including Philadelphia, are acknowleding Transgender Day of Remembrance. Mayor Jim Kenney was among several dignitaries who spoke outside City Hall Wednesday, drawing attention to violence endured by trans people. Read more here.Read more

A news conference at Community College of Philadelphia discusses a shortage of teachers of color in the state.

Pennsylvania is launching a new effort to recruit and keep teachers of color. Read more here. Read more

People eating at a table.

A new report released Wednesday morning focuses on Philadelphia's comprehensive food economy. Read more here. Read more

Micah Tennant

The 10-year-old boy who was shot during a high school football playoff game in South Jersey Friday night has died. Read the latest here.Read more

AFT local 2373 President Dr. Joseph Basso and Vice President Gerald Hough sign a petition board at Rowan University.

Unionized faculty members at nine New Jersey colleges are taking their push for a new contract with the state to the public. Read more.Read more

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