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Past articles by Greg:

Philadelphia Police Officer Fatally Shoots Man After Suspect Opened Fire In Kensington, Officials Say

It happened just before 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, police said. → Read More

Joe Biden To Watch Election Results At Home With Family Before Delivering Speech In Wilmington

The stage is set outside of the Chase Center in Wilmington. → Read More

Germantown Woman Who Had Chemical Thrown In Face In Unprovoked Attack Is Now Blind, Family Says

A stranger threw a mixture of dangerous chemicals in a woman's face as she left her Germantown home. → Read More

Memorial Growing In Wilmington For 16-Year-Old Fidel Oseguera, Killed In Accident While Riding Home From Soccer Practice

Delaware State Police say Fidel was struck and killed by the driver of the box truck around 12 p.m. on Wednesday. → Read More

Police: 21-Year-Old Man Shot In Head, Killed Inside Of West Philadelphia Laundromat

It happened on the 5600 block of Vine Street just before 4:30 p.m. → Read More

‘Murder Hornet’ With Potentially Deadly Sting Arrives In United States

Experts say the hornets rarely go after humans but because of their size, their sting can be deadly. → Read More

Two More Men Charged With Murder In Shooting Death Of Philadelphia Police Sgt. James O’Connor

A little more than a month after a Philadelphia police officer was killed in a shooting, two more individuals were charged in his murder. → Read More

Coronavirus Latest: Philadelphians Violating Shelter-At-Home Order Could Face $100 Fine

Philadelphia officials mean business when it comes to the shelter-at-home order. → Read More

Coronavirus Warning: Avoid These Scams While Working From Home, Making Donations

Scammers are targeting vulnerable people who are worried about the future. → Read More

Coronavirus In Philadelphia: Gym Owner Gets Creative To Keep Customers Fit During Closure

With the closures, life is going to be drastically different for all Philadelphians for at least the next two weeks. → Read More

Philadelphia-Area Researchers Working On Developing Coronavirus Vaccine

Inovio has already developed a vaccine for Covid-19 -- the official name of coronavirus. → Read More

Lansdowne Police Searching For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Killed 80-Year-Old Man Riding Bike

The longtime Lansdowne resident was struck by not one, but two vehicles Friday night, shortly after 10 p.m. → Read More

Coronavirus Fears Taking Toll On Businesses In Philadelphia’s Chinatown, Owners Say

There is a little less and a tad less bustle in Chinatown on Friday evening. → Read More

Teen Caught On Camera Kicking Customer’s Dog, Throwing Drink On Him Outside Center City Pizza Shop

Those who work and live in the area say the incident is part of an alarming trend of teens causing chaos in the city. → Read More

Bartram’s Garden Leading Push To Build New Stables For Concrete Cowboys

Each year, more than a dozen teens and children learn to care for and ride big Sonny and Shadow, part of a nonprofit known as the Concrete Cowboys. → Read More

Spotted Lanternfly Inspires Montgomery County Photographer To Create Mini Horror Film

Mike Allebach is known for his unique take on boudoir photography, but Spotted Lanternflies have invaded his studio. → Read More

‘Everybody Is Scared’: Chester Police To Step Up Patrols After 7-Year-Old, Grandfather Shot In Broad Daylight

The shooting happened on the 400 block of Highland Avenue just after 3:30 p.m. Friday. → Read More

How An Urban Farm Is Helping Rejuvenate A North Philadelphia Neighborhood

At 11th and Dauphin Streets, surrounded by neighborhoods hit hard by poverty and crime, sits a special place cultivated more than a decade ago. → Read More

MetroPCS Employee Fatally Shoots Would-Be Robber, Philadelphia Police Say

Philadelphia police say it happened around 4 p.m. at the store on the 7000 block of Elmwood Avenue. → Read More

Gov. Murphy Signs Legislation Rolling Back Tax On Jersey Shore Rentals

The tax on so-called transient accommodations was part of last year's budget. → Read More