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The Exchange Food Hall in Linwood is Closing

The days are numbered for the vendors in The Exchange Food Hall in Linwood. The building that houses the Exchange has new owners who are interested in turning the space into offices for AtlantiCare, which already occupies the second floor at 2110 New Road. According to a source, the vendors...
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Milton Street, Former Pa. State Senator and Philly Mayoral Candidate, Dies

T. Milton Street Sr., the former Philadelphia politician who served in Pennsylvania's state Senate and was brother to former Mayor John Street, died Monday. He was 81. Street's nephew, current Democratic Pennsylvania State Sen. Sharif Street, announced the death on behalf of the Street family:. "It is with sadness that...

The CW Announces Midseason Premieres

The CW has announced the dates for its midseason premieres, including drama Walker continuing season three January 12, followed by Walker Independence, and Criss Angel’s Magic with the Stars restarts January 14. Criss Angel leads into the midseason return of World’s Funniest Animals. The 28th Annual Critics Choice...

Midterm Elections Round-Up, 11.29.22

Today’s installment of news items from across the country. * Rep. Donald McEachin of Virginia died yesterday, following a lengthy fight with colorectal cancer. The 61-year-old Democratic congressman won re-election in a landslide a few weeks ago, and his successor will be chosen through a special election, to be set by Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin.

2022 election results certified in Lehigh Valley. ‘Handful’ of Pa. counties miss deadline.

2022 midterm election results are now official, at least in the Lehigh Valley. Election boards in Lehigh and Northampton counties certified their initial counts from the Nov. 8 election by Pennsylvania’s Monday deadline without issue, county spokespeople confirmed for “A handful of other counties” were not able to...

Sixers' P.J. Tucker addresses lack of scoring

P.J. Tucker only has three combined points in his last seven games, but he’s not concerned about a lack of offense, writes Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer. The Sixers won five of those games, even with their three best players missing time, and Tucker seems comfortable with his current role.

Nonpartisan Journalism Is Vital To the Future Of Pa. Here’s How You Can Keep It Going.

Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. Huge stories will shape Pennsylvania’s future next year. With a new administration in the governor’s office and a shift in...

The Eagles Almost Moved To Phoenix In 1984 On A Handshake

It is said that during football season, the city of Philadelphia bleeds green. Tailgates stall traffic to a snail's pace. Wawa parking lots transform into seas of green and white jerseys emblazoned with the symbolic Eagles head. It could be said that the city, like the team it represents, is flying, soaring with the spirit of a winged bird of prey.