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Recent articles by Bobby:

Philadelphia's curfew for residents under 18 could be permanent

The measure now heads to Mayor Jim Kenney for approval. → Read More

Black Friday shopping makes major comeback at Philadelphia Premium Outlets

If you are prepared, like Samantha Madnat from Coatsville, Black Friday shopping is a walk in the park. → Read More

The Philly Pops to cease operations at end of 2022-23 season

The Philly Pops has announced that it will cease operations at the end of the 2022-2023 season. → Read More

Bus of asylum seekers from Texas arrives in Philadelphia

The bus, believed to be from Del Rio, Texas, arrived at 30th Street Station shortly after 6 a.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Texas governor says bus carrying asylum seekers is heading to Philadelphia

Philadelphia joins Washington, D.C., New York City and Chicago as destinations for asylum seekers being sent out of Texas. → Read More

Midterm election results: Susan Wild vs. Lisa Scheller in Pennsylvania's 7th congressional district

Democratic U.S. Reps. Matt Cartwright in the Scranton area and Susan Wild in the Lehigh Valley both find themselves in rematches with Republican candidates they narrowly beat two years ago. → Read More

Man shot multiple times, killed on SEPTA's Broad Street Line in Philadelphia

The man, who is believed to be in his 20s, was shot 11 times throughout the body, police said. → Read More

Phillies fans disappointed about postponement of Game 3, optimistic for Tuesday

"I took a six-hour bus today to get here. I got up at 4 a.m. in the morning to come here," said one Phillies fan. → Read More

Suspect sought for Center City sex assault; man spotted around Rittenhouse Square, Fairmount Park

Philadelphia police are trying to identify a suspect wanted in connection with at least three sexual assaults. → Read More

Red October: Phillies fever rising for Del. family who named kids after Bryce Harper

For the Wyatt family, baseball means everything, and they obviously love Bryce Harper. → Read More

2 Center City Wawas close for good, others expected to reduce overnight hours

Wawa's location at 12th and Market streets is closed. The same goes for the location at 19th and Market streets. → Read More

Philadelphia holds citywide fire drill in effort to save lives; do you have an escape plan?

You may have heard some fire alarms in Philadelphia Thursday night. → Read More

Hit-and-run driver accused of striking girl near South Jersey elementary school turns himself in

The Bellmawr Police Department says the pickup truck driver hit the 9-year-old girl just before the start of school. → Read More

Police: Man shot after argument with driver in Center City Philadelphia

According to Philadelphia Police Captain John Walker, the victim, who appeared to be intoxicated, was shot during an argument with a driver. → Read More

Made in America stage is set: Here's everything you need to know

Music fans from across the country flocked to Philadelphia for the popular music festival. → Read More

4-year-old child accidentally shot by grandmother inside Philly home: Sources

Police say a 4-year-old suffered a gunshot wound to the stomach after a family member accidentally fired the gun. → Read More

Bank executive dies days after double shooting in Wilmington, Delaware

Carrie Mondell was the Vice President and Director of Operational Risk Management at WSFS Bank. → Read More

Experts hope Fed rate hikes tamp inflation, avoid recession

"I'm worried the Fed is going too quickly, too aggressively. They're going to break something," said one expert. → Read More

Central Bucks School Board votes in favor of controversial book plan

Superintendent Dr. Abram Lucabaugh says the "library materials policy" is designed to give parents a stronger voice with regard to what their children are exposed to at school. → Read More

Despite the heat, community gathers for Ocean City's annual 'Night in Venice'

The boat parade and parties up and down the Ocean City bayside went on despite the heat wave. → Read More