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Past articles by Kim:

Nor’easter Causing Tens Of Thousands Of Power Outages Across Region «

PECO is reporting more than 22,000 outages in the region. → Read More

Phil Murphy Makes History After Adding 3 Women To Cabinet

Gov. Phil Murphy announced three new cabinet appointees on Tuesday. → Read More

Museum Opens On George Washington’s Birthday After Multi-Alarm Fire In Old City «

The Museum of the American Revolution is celebrating George Washington's birthday on Monday, just a day after a multi-alarm fire devastated several buildings nearby in Old City. → Read More

LOVE Sculpture Returns To Love Park With A Parade

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the LOVE statue will return to its rightful place at JFK Plaza, also known as Love Park. → Read More

LOVE Sculpture Returns To Love Park On Valentine's Day With A Parade

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the LOVE statue will return to its rightful place at JFK Plaza, also known as Love Park. → Read More

Casey On Potential Shutdown: GOP Don’t Seem Like They Could Organize A One-Car Parade «

Pennsylvania's senior senator is taking aim at the Republican party for the potential shutdown of the federal government. → Read More

Police Station, Vehicles On South Street Vandalized Overnight

Vandals attacked the mini-police station on South Street overnight, leaving two vehicles with smashed windows and paint spattered on the station walls. → Read More

New Report Examines Demographics Of Poverty In Philadelphia

The latest report on poverty shows Philadelphia making two lists: one of the largest cities in the nation and one of the poorest. → Read More

Fate Of New Jersey SPCA Relies On Hearing Decision By State Committee

The State Commission on Investigations claims the agency is failing in its mission to protect animals. → Read More

Mold Forces Student Relocation At Gloucester County School

An elementary school in Gloucester County is being closed after mold was found throughout the building. → Read More

Bensalem Police Seize $4 Million Worth Of Heroin

A major seizure of heroin was announced Thursday afternoon in Bensalem, Bucks County. → Read More

Major Renovations Underway At The Bourse

The Bourse on Independence Mall is undergoing major renovations, and Monday, the first retailers to occupy the space were announced. → Read More

Montgomery County School District Threatens To Go On Strike

The Methacton Education Association and the School Board have been negotiating since January. → Read More

Volunteers From Salvation Army Heading To Texas For Disaster Relief

The Salvation Army of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware is preparing to send volunteers to Texas to help the hurricane-weary refugees. → Read More

Temple Student Visiting Every U.S. Ballpark For Research

A Temple University grad student is living the dream this summer. → Read More

Philadelphia Students Complete Solar Energy Course

The first ever six-week course on solar energy in the Philadelphia School District wrapped up on Friday. → Read More

Delaware County Man Charged After Allegedly Throwing Molotov Cocktail At Sheriff's Sergeant

A Collingdale man is being held on $1 million bail after allegedly trying to set a Delaware County sheriff's sergeant on fire. → Read More

Jersey Shore Towns See Surge In Rip Current Deaths This Summer

Jersey shore towns have reported a total of ten drownings this summer season, and rip currents are to blame for at least half of those. → Read More

PD: 2 Men Broke Into Hunting Park Pharmacy, Stole Narcotics

Philadelphia police are looking for two men who broke into a pharmacy in the Hunting Park section of the city early Friday morning and stole dozens of bottles of narcotics. → Read More

NJ Lawmakers Hear Testimony On Recreational Marijuana Legislation

Advocates include doctors, patients with chronic pain and law enforcement officials who saw the current laws do not work. → Read More