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Antique alarm clock

A unique time-sharing service is slowly growing in the Delaware Valley. At its heart is the idea of sharing what you love to do with others who do the same.Read more

The former Edison High School, now the Edison 64 Veterans Community.

A new housing development exclusively for low-income veterans is almost full, several months after opening on the site of the old Edison High School.Read more

Marine Week began with the Corps flag being raised at City Hall, to celebrate the U.S. Marine Corps' 244th birthday.

The United States Marine Corps flag was raised over Philadelphia City Hall Sunday morning in honor of the Corps' 244th birthday. This marked the start of Marine Week in Philadelphia.Read more

The Tun Tavern marker, commemorating the birthplace of the United States Marine Corps.

The 244th birthday of the United States Marine Corps was observed Sunday by civilians, veterans and active duty military honoring the occasion with a 12-hour endurance challenge.Read more

Thanksgiving table with roasted turkey, sliced ham and side dishes

You've heard of pregame warmups in sports. Some people like to pregame with a few drinks before a night out. But a Thanksgiving dinner pregame? If you're looking for it, there will be one at the Crystal Tea Room on November 20, called Taste of Philly.Read more

Tacony inventor Frank Shuman's former home at 4600 Disston St., and his lab at the adjoining part of the property fronting 6913 Ditman St. have now made the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places.

The home and lab of a Tacony man who gained recognition as a solar power pioneer at the start of the 20th century has been added to the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places, because of the persistence of a college student who embraced a class assignment.Read more

Pittsburgh Panthers wide receiver Dontez Ford runs after a pass reception against Villanova Wildcats defensive back Trey Johnson. Johnson sued the NCAA Wednesday over student athlete pay.

A former Villanova football player has sued the NCAA and its Division I member schools, including a number of local schools, over his belief student athletes should be paid.Read more

Hands in prayer.

Hundreds of women of faith will gather next weekend for an inaugural conference designed to get women to engage in the public square. Read more

Alarm clock surrounded by leaves.

Last weekend, we all turned our clocks back an hour to get off Daylight Saving Time. Not everyone welcomed the return to Eastern Standard Time and one New Jersey legislator is looking to take the state to Daylight Saving Time all the time. Read more

Philadelphia City Hall.

Philadelphia is getting better at steering city contracts to minority- and women-owned businesses, according to the Office of Economic Opportunity's annual report. Read more here. Read more

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