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City in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States; MOST populous city in Pennsylvania

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October 6, 2021
New features in the update include early booking, flight tracking, curbside pickup, advance scheduling and Uber Eats at airport restaurants
August 31, 2021
Sixty-two percent of Philadelphia households spend at least 30% of their income on housing costs. The problem is particularly acute for renters with incomes below $30,000 per year, with 68% of them paying at least 50% of their income toward housing, according to The Pew Charitable Trusts. To address this ongoing issue, vice chairman of Wells Fargo Public Affairs Bill Daley announced the NeighborhoodLIFT® program today in front of the West Philadelphia home of Roy Washington, who receive...
Science X staff
August 2, 2021
In the popular imagination, New York City is a mass of soaring steel-frame skyscrapers. But many of the city's 1 million buildings are not that modern. Behind their brick-and-mortar facades, its numerous 19th- and early 20th-century warehouses, commercial buildings and row homes are framed with massive wooden joists and beams. These structures probably harbor at least 14 million cubic meters of timber, the volume equivalent of about 74,000 subway cars. Their main sources: old-growth forests that long predated New York, and were erased to create it.
Science X staff
July 21, 2021
Investing in structural home repairs in historically segregated, low-income, Black and Latino neighborhoods has been associated with reduced crime rates. In Philadelphia, when a home received repairs through a city-funded program, total crime dropped by 21.9% on that block, and as the number of repaired houses on a block increased, instances of crime fell even further, according to research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania published today in JAMA Network Open.
Frank Kummer
July 7, 2021
A group of songbirds recently turned up dead in Nottingham, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Kevin Riordan
June 30, 2021
As baby toad season winds down in the Roxborough area of Philadelphia, volunteers are still busy helping the frenetic little critters make it alive across Port Royal Avenue.
June 29, 2021
Venatorx Pharmaceuticals today announced that Mary Beth Dorr, Ph.D. has joined the Company as Vice President, Clinical Science.
Curriculum Associates, LLC
June 25, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Curriculum Associates' i-Ready Diagnostic and Personalized Instruction was recently approved by The School District of Philadelphia for Reading...
Showboat Hotel
June 23, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Atlantic City is thinking big again. The city is continuing to open its doors to the kind of non-gaming attractions and entertainment that...
Shaun Assael
June 22, 2021
Smithsonian Magazine
A decade before Lewis and Clark, André Michaux wanted to explore the American continent. Spying for France gave him that chance
Shaun Assael
June 22, 2021
Smithsonian Magazine
A decade before Lewis and Clark, André Michaux wanted to explore the American continent. Spying for France gave him that chance
Paul Thornton
June 19, 2021
Los Angeles Times
California has finally reopened its economy after more than a year of COVID restrictions, but many readers are wary of resuming 'normal' life.
Independence Blue Cross
June 18, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Top regional health experts gathered before a virtual audience of nearly 400 at the "Blueprint to End Racism - Health Equity" panel discussions...
June 16, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Ambulnz, Inc., d/b/a DocGo, a leading provider of last-mile telehealth and integrated medical mobility services that has entered into an...
Deborah Schoch
June 15, 2021
Marcel Kuttab first sensed something was awry while brushing her teeth a year ago, several months after recovering from COVID-19. Her toothbrush tasted dirty...
Made In America
June 14, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- What: MADE IN AMERICA, the ground-breaking JAY-Z curated two-day music festival and staple of Labor Day Weekend, returns to Philadelphia for a...
Temple University
June 8, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Temple University announced today that it has selected Dr. Jason Wingard, former dean and professor of the School of Professional Studies at...
DoveHill Capital Management, LLC
June 7, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- DoveHill Capital Management, LLC, ("DoveHill") a vertically integrated hospitality investment firm and development organization, today...
Grace Dean
June 3, 2021
Business Insider
The labor shortage, combined with more expensive raw materials, was making groceries and other goods more expensive for consumers, the report said.
The Associated Press
June 1, 2021
ABC News
The Philadelphia police department has reinstated an officer fired in 2019 over Facebook posts saying among other things that refugees should "starve to death."
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