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Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Andre Dillard (77) looks on from the players bench during the second quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Lincoln Financial Field.

The Eagles drafted Andre Dillard in the first round, expecting him to one day be the replacement for Jason Peters.  Read more

Philadelphia police officers

The Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board ruled that the Philadelphia Police Department can keep its 2-year-old policy that prohibits visible, offensive tattoos and extreme "body art."Read more

Two brothers have been convicted of murder for shooting and killing a man in a West Chester bar. Police say it was over a pickup basketball game.Read more

SEPTA buses at 69th Street Transportation Center.

There will be a change in the routines of some SEPTA bus commuters as plans move forward to build a new parking garage at 69th Street Transportation Center. Read more

Keenan Jones, accused of shooting up a Cheltenham Walmart in August 2018 is shown in court.

The head psychiatrist from the Montgomery County jail testified Friday in the trial of the Philadelphia man accused of shooting five people in the Cheltenham Walmart last summer.Read more

Camden County is imposing a ban on single-use plastics starting in January at its facilities and at county sponsored events.Read more

Erik Sildorff with the Delaware RiverKeeper Network

Environmental activists used the 47th anniversary of adoption of the Federal Clean Water Act to urge New Jersey officials to designate a 2 mile stretch of the Cooper River for special protection.Read more

Jon Roesser, general manager of Weaver’s Way co-op, with Mayor Jim Kenney

In a brief ceremony at City Hall on Friday morning, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney declared Saturday the inaugural Philly Grocery Co-op Day. Jon Roesser, general manager of Weaver's Way Co-op, says he hopes Co-op Day brings attention to the benefits of shopping at or being a member of a...Read more

University of Pennsylvania Law School

Minority law student groups at the University of Pennsylvania are calling for the dismissal of a professor who they say is offensive. The  students claim professor Amy Wax has been delivering remarks that are racist, bigoted and homophobic over the years.Read more

At Ridley High School, five people have the mumps: one student, one student-teacher, and three staffers.

Ridley High School officials say five people at the school — one student, three staff members, and a student teacher — have come down with a case of the mumps, and they may have been exposed to the virus within the last few weeks.Read more

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