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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Beccah:

Philly airport hoping to attract young professionals for technical careers

Philadelphia International Airport played host to a group of high school students on Tuesday, because one day, those kids might be members of the airport's workforce. → Read More

Delaware hospital holds wedding for terminally ill cancer patient

A hospital in Wilmington, Delaware held a special wedding for a terminally ill cancer patient. → Read More

Burlington students learn about Black History Month through 'living wax displays'

If you never thought Jimi Hendrix, Tiger Woods, and John Coltrane would be in the same room, think again because they all spent the day at Captain James Lawrence School in Burlington, New Jersey. → Read More

Vans, Philadelphia rapper Tierra Whack donate $100K to help school music programs

Rapper Tierra Whack and Vans are helping five Philadelphia schools boost their music programs. → Read More

'We're all together now': Philadelphia woman adopts 4 kids from same family

A family from the Juniata section of Philadelphia is celebrating a big day. The Floyds officially adopted four siblings after fostering them for some time. → Read More

Groomers explain Westminster Dog Show winner's wild haircut

Any casual dog lover watching the Westminster Dog Show was probably thinking the same thing, Siba the Poodle, the champion hailing from Allentown, has a wild haircut. → Read More

Sea Isle City first responders help deliver first baby in city since 1977

Sea Isle City first responders help deliver the first baby in the city since 1977. → Read More

Limerick Township police investigating after dog vanishes while with trainer

A Montgomery County woman is desperate for answers about what happened to her dog, Pistol. → Read More

College Designers Get Big Chance at Atlantic City, New Jersey Fashion Week

Every hair has to be in place, every color perfectly matched. More than 200 models at the Showboat Atlantic City will be showing off the work of 17 students from eight colleges nearby. This is their big chance to be discovered as fashion designers. → Read More

New Jersey Denies Historical Designation for House With Ties to Martin Luther King Jr.

The address is 753 Walnut Street in Camden. Some of the house's boarded-up windows are painted over, others are falling off, but it still brings a lot of pride to the block. → Read More

Student Publishes Children's Book About Having a Parent in Prison

The book is titled "Does He Still Love Me," and it's about a young boy whose father is in prison. The author is Rebecca Smith, a La Salle University student who got the idea after visiting death row and having a conversation with the inmates. → Read More

Bethlehem 'snow ball' event will help pediatric cancer patients

9-year old Isabella had been waiting for the summer of 2019. She was learning to ride a horse, was going to the park with her friends, and was finally allowed to ride her bike alone. The summer of 2019, however, had other plans. → Read More

Pottsgrove High School holds graduation for student with terminal illness

Pottsgrove High School held a special graduation for a student with terminal cancer. → Read More

SEPTA's historic Girard Avenue trolleys coming off the rails

SEPTA's historic Girard Avenue trolleys on Route 15 are coming off the rails. → Read More

Photo album filled with decades of memories found at Goodwill in Chadds Ford

A Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania woman is trying to return a lifetime of memories to their rightful owner. → Read More

Developer has plans to save historic St. Laurentius Church in Fishtown

A developer is planning to save an historic St. Laurentius Church in Fishtown. → Read More

Volunteers Honor Martin Luther King Jr. By Giving Back to the Community

All across the Delaware Valley, volunteers used their day off to give back in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. → Read More

Wayne's Sporting Goods closing after 65 years; discounts to increase weekly

Wayne's Sporting Goods is closing after 65 years in business. → Read More

Real-life 'Superman' cop helps disabled man who lost bag at Philadelphia hospital

A real-life "Superman" came to the rescue of a disabled man after he lost his bag at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. → Read More

More than 11,000 Philadelphia residents weigh in on city services

To get a clearer picture of what people in Philadelphia think of their city services, the government asked them in the form of a survey. → Read More