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Pat Loeb


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Pat:

Philadelphia’s new federal law enforcement leadership is all female

Neither Jacqueline Romero nor Jacqueline Maguire seems to find it surprising that two women have landed at the top of Philly’s federal law enforcement food chain. While historic, they say gender won’t make a difference in how they do their jobs. → Read More

Philly ends mask mandate, effective immediately; schools March 9

Philadelphia is dropping its indoor mask requirement, effective immediately. However, high-risk settings, like schools, health care facilities and public transit, must continue to enforce the mask mandate. → Read More

Bebe Rexha, Flo Rida lead Welcome America 2021 lineup — in front of a live audience

Pop singer Bebe Rexha and rapper Flo Rida will headline Philadelphia’s free July Fourth concert, making a comeback this year for music fans, though in a new location. → Read More

DA Krasner fails to get his party’s support for reelection run

In a highly unusual move, the Philadelphia Democratic City Committee executive board has decided not to endorse incumbent Larry Krasner for district attorney in the upcoming primary. → Read More

Biden outlines his COVID-19 plan: Mask mandate, widespread testing, ample PPE

In Wilmington, Delaware, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden shared his detailed plan on how to handle the coronavirus pandemic, which includes a mask mandate, widespread testing, and sufficient personal protective equipment. → Read More

In Society Hill, a disagreement over how to protect bike lanes

Philadelphia officials will revisit the issue of bike safety in Society Hill after cyclists protested the lack of a physical barrier between bike lanes and traffic at intersections in the neighborhood. Read more here. → Read More

Fed up with rampant overdoses, Kensington residents try Narcan bike patrols

Many efforts are underway to address the opioid epidemic in Kensington but perhaps the most unusual is a resident-led mission called "Operation Save a Life." → Read More

Philly first-time homebuyer program helps more than 100 families in first month

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Philadelphia's expanded program to help first-time homebuyers is off to a running start. → Read More

After 11 years, Philly's budget director leaving for big new adventure across the pond

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Anna Adams joined Philadelphia city government in 2008, fresh out of graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania. She was in the Michael Nutter administration's budget office for about a month when the bottom fell out of the economy. → Read More

Philly stops sending kids another Pa. residential youth services provider

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Philadelphia officials have stopped sending children to two residential facilities in the wake of a state investigation. → Read More

Solarize Philly launches 3rd year of using group buying power to make solar energy affordable

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — If you live in Philadelphia and you've been thinking about getting solar panels on your house, this should be the year you do it. → Read More

Housing authority nets its first two arrests in crackdown on illegal dumping

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — In what officials say is just the start of a crackdown on dumpers, Philadelphia Housing Authority police have arrested two men for illegally dumping construction debris on lots owned by PHA in North Philadelphia. → Read More

Opponents of Southwest Philly liquefied natural gas plant protest at City Hall

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — City council has put off a final vote on a controversial plan for a natural gas facility in Southwest Philadelphia, but opponents are pressing their case against it. They held a protest before Thursday's council session. → Read More

A city job you can really dive into: Philadelphia seeks summer lifeguards

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- Jumping into an outdoor pool may be the last thing you would want to do right now, but the City of Philadelphia is getting ready for swim season. → Read More

Council passes resolution to ban R. Kelly from performing in Philly

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — City Council passed a resolution Thursday banning R&B star R. → Read More

Electric scooters may finally come to Philly — if state law changes

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Electric scooters are propelling commuters around in more than 100 cities — but not Philadelphia. → Read More

Business group seeks changes on Philly's 'Fair Workweek' bill

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — It's been less than five days since Philadelphia City Council passed legislation that guarantees predictable work schedules for employees in certain industries, and already, a business group is asking for changes. → Read More

Philadelphia’s Divine Lorraine Now A Fundraising Hot Spot

The legendary Divine Lorraine Hotel on North Broad Street is suddenly the hottest venue in Philadelphia for political fundraisers. → Read More

Mayor Kenney Revises Property Tax Plan

The mayor revised his request when new property assessment figures came in. → Read More

Philly Councilwoman Proposes Extended Bar Hours…For The Children

She's pitching it as a way to fund the school district. → Read More