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Senior defensive back Jarey Elder leads the West Chester University defense

The West Chester University Golden Rams are headed back to the playoffs. This will be the third straight year that has seen West Chester in the NCAA Division II field, and they will open things up on Saturday with a first-round road game against Notre Dame College (OH). Read...Read more

Charlie Manuel sleeps on the streets to raise money for homeless youth.

The Phillies' Charlie Manuel and Larry Bowa slept outside with 200 other people in Center City on Thursday night to raise money for homeless kids. Read more.Read more


Delaware County residents packed a community meeting Thursday night in Norwood, where EPA officials addressed their concerns that an abandoned landfill could be linked to a cluster of cancer and autoimmune illnesses in the area. Read more.Read more

Philadelphia Fire Department

The Philadelphia Fire Department is reopening four of seven engine companies that were decommissioned nearly 11 years ago during the recession. Read more here. Read more

Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett (95) takes Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's (2) helmet off.

The on-field fight between Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett has turned into a war of words off it, with Rudolph denying an anonymous report alleging he used a racial slur shortly before their now infamous confrontation last week. Read...Read more

Leslie Richards.

The SEPTA board has picked PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards as its next general manager. Read more here. Read more

Charles Myers (left) and Nathaniel Williams

Philadelphia police arrested two officers Thursday on charges of evidence tampering following two separate criminal investigations. Read more here.Read more

Philadelphia City Hall.

Philadelphia City Council has come to an agreement on how to phase out the controversial 10-year tax abatement. The plan is in a bill introduced Thursday, which was the last possible day to get bills passed this term. Read more here. Read more

James "Yaya" Hough with DA Larry Krasner.

The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office introduced its first-ever artist-in-residence Thursday. The accomplished visual artist is a former juvenile lifer who honed his skills behind the wall. Read more here. Read more

Camden County Police

A Camden woman who confessed to stabbing her twin sister to death will spend six years in prison for manslaughter. Read more here.Read more