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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Sarah:

Philadelphia Public School Principal Receiving Two Prestigious Awards

Philadelphia Public School Principal Richard Gordon is the recipient of two prestigious awards! → Read More

Gov. Wolf Announces $53 million in Additional Support for Pennsylvania Child Care Providers

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced $53 million in additional financial support for child care providers that have suffered during COVID-19 on Monday. → Read More

Hospitals in Philly area team up to combat racism, racial disparities in health care

"I've been committed to this work for a long time, but the fact that at 60 years old this is the first time I've been willing to say we have racism in our hospital," said Jack Lynch, the president and CEO of Main Line Health. → Read More

Pennsylvania state representative pushing for tougher fireworks legislation

For weeks now, people around Pennsylvania have been subjected to fireworks going off at all hours. Frank Farry says he hopes that changes because people are fed up and are reaching out to their representatives. → Read More

Philadelphia's top prosecutor announces new initiative to reduce shooting violence

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw released a new crime prevention and violence reduction plan on Friday, and one key component of that plan was announced by Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner. → Read More

Piece by piece, new diner arrives in Wilmington, Delaware

An old school diner arrived in Wilmington, Delaware in a very modern way on Thursday. → Read More

Philadelphia Managing Director Addresses Rise in Fireworks Complaints

At Philadelphia's city briefing on Tuesday, managing director Brian Abernathy spoke about the big uptick in complaints about fireworks. → Read More

How sign language interpreters are using teamwork during the COVID-19 pandemic

Throughout the pandemic there are some faces that have become very familiar to us even if we don't realize it. → Read More

Juneteenth celebrated with a variety of events around the Delaware Valley

Juneteenth was celebrated in many places around the Delaware Valley on Friday. → Read More

Walking Tour Company Selling "Pride in a Box" to Support LGBTQ Artists and Businesses

A Philadelphia walking tour company found a way during Pride month to support LGBTQ-owned businesses and artists. → Read More

Camden County Police Department to allow officers more choices on personal appearance.

The people of Camden, New Jersey will be noticing some changes in the police force and changes in their appearance. → Read More

Recent Drexel graduate's photo makes cover of TIME magazine

It was Hannah Beier's dream to photograph a cover for TIME magazine. The 2020 Drexel University graduate's photos were featured on the cover and on the pages of the magazine's "Generation Pandemic" issue. → Read More

Wilmington woman goes home after spending 70 days in the hospital recovering from COVID-19

57-year-old Stacy Henry spent 55 days in the hospital in Wilmington. Then, she spent another two weeks in a rehabilitation facility in Dover. Today, she went home after recovering from Covid-19. → Read More

Sixers forward Tobias Harris donates thousands of books to Philadelphia children

Thanks to Sixers Forward Tobias Harris, kids across Philadelphia are home with brand new books in their hands. → Read More

Philadelphia resident wins Acme's $100,000 Monopoly game

Acme Markets announced on Tuesday that a Philadelphia resident won $100,000 through the Albertson's Companies 2020 Monopoly game. → Read More

West Chester University graduates collaborate with small businesses during pandemic

As the coronavirus crisis hit, West Chester Professor Tom Elmer looked around the university's town with concern. Then, he turned to his marketing students. → Read More

'It feels surreal': Cherry Hill doctor talks about winning speaking role in Kevin Hart movie

Dr. Henry Law deserved to win the All-In Challenge. Law is a doctor on the front lines, but one day he'll be front and center in a Kevin Hart Hollywood production. → Read More

Beloved Tinicum School teacher gets drive-by retirement party

A community in Delaware County didn't let the pandemic stop them from honoring a beloved teacher. → Read More

New Jersey moms create website helping parents find virtual activities for kids

Created by two New Jersey moms, Hulafrog@HOME is a great resource for parents looking for things for their kids to do while at home, and it is also an interesting work-from-home business model. → Read More

Northern Liberties restaurant owner offers virtual dining experience

The owner of Apricot Stone in Northern Liberties is offering a virtual dining experience. → Read More