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Rachel Bergey with at a science fair.

A couple middle school students from the Philadelphia suburbs are among 30 teens selected to present in a national science competition. One of those projects tackles the obnoxious spotted lanternfly. Read more

The Philadelphia Police Department is the top driver for overtime in Philadelphia, and a new study by a fiscal watchdog group points to court time as the reason. The group has also suggested ways to cut that time in half.Read more

One of the largest hardware stores in the nation has announced it will no longer carry carpets and rugs treated with Scotchgard.Read more

Some people who live in a Chester County community are angry after learning the Devereux facility on Highland Avenue in Devon will become a shelter that will house undocumented migrant children. Read more

New Jersey wants to take the lead in providing offshore wind based electricity.Read more

This week makes the second anniversary of Hurricane Maria's devastation of Puerto Rico. Two Philly women from the island have teamed up with some of the best local chefs to help raise money for recovery aid. 
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Thousands of bikers will cycle 75 miles from Cherry Hill to Ocean City to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis. Read more

The Unity Cup is a world cup style soccer tournament that lets Philadelphians who are foreign born or want to represent their ethnic background compete against each other, and one player says the games are helping unite people from a country thousands of miles away.Read more

Wildwood Boardwalk.

Earlier this month, there were concerns in Wildwood over the condition of the boardwalk, and Gov. Phil Murphy blocked a plan to provide $60 million in state funding to make repairs. Now, there are plans in the state legislature to get around the governor’s move.Read more

Doha Ibrahim and Imere Williams, the school board's new non-voting members.

Two high school seniors have taken their positions as non-voting members on the Philadelphia school board. Read more