With Philly's solar development dimming, groups push for more state funding for renewables

With Philly's solar development dimming, groups push for more state funding for renewablesIn the last year, city officials doubled-down on bringing more solar power to Philadelphia, pledging 20,000 rooftop panels by 2025. But there's still a long way to go.
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Philly school employee charged with steering $1 million contract to friends and family

Philly school employee charged with steering $1 million contract to friends and familyA former employee of the Philadelphia School District was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday on charges of steering a nearly $1 million contract to friends and family.

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With the dust settling from primary season in Philadelphia, Jim Kenney has emerged as the winner of the Democratic primary and the presumptive next mayor of the city. It is now time for him and others nominated for City Council
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In 1898, African-Americans in Baltimore demanded that the city’s all-white police force hire black officers. The police commissioner issued a curt reply: No. Employing “colored policemen” would result in the

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With Philly's solar development dimming, groups push for more state funding for renewables

With Philly's solar development dimming, groups push for more state funding for renewables

In the last year, city officials doubled-down on bringing more solar power to Philadelphia, pledging 20,000 rooftop panels by 2025. But there's still a long way to go.
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Is high-deductible insurance changing healthcare shopping habits?

New Jersey resident Ray Rizzuto says he keeps a closer watch on healthcare spending ever since he switched his family to high-deductible health coverage.
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