As takeover clock ticks down, Atlantic City works to balance budget

As takeover clock ticks down, Atlantic City works to balance budget

Atlantic City has less than five months to come up with a balanced budget in order to avoid a state takeover by the administration of Gov. Chris Christie.

DNC volunteers sow garden in West Philly with hopes of lasting bounty

DNC volunteers sow garden in West Philly with hopes of lasting bounty

A new community garden is growing on a former parking lot in West Philadelphia, thanks to a generous donation and a whole lot of sweat equity.

Bucks and MontCo residents pepper lawyers with questions regarding PFOA/PFOS contamination

Bucks and MontCo residents pepper lawyers with questions regarding PFOA/PFOS contamination

As cases of dangerous water contamination — caused by chemicals called PFCs — crop up around the country, lawsuits sometimes follow in their wake. Tuesday night, personal injury firm Weitz & Luxenberg courted potential

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Let down, but not panicked: British expats in Philadelphia react to Brexit

Let down, but not panicked: British expats in Philadelphia react to Brexit

Howard Silverstone, an accountant in Haddonfield, New Jersey, advises his countrymen to not panic — "keep calm and carry on," as the old British saw goes. The Philadelphia region is one of Britain's biggest treading partners

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Don’t misunderstand One Water Street outcome: It’s a victory

Mayor Kenney, administration officials, and housing advocates have just won a tremendously important victory for affordable housing, the rule of law in zoning and development, and the future of the Central Delaware waterfront.

Weekdays at 6 p.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM

Helping kids through toxic stress is one step toward 'Unleashing North Philly'

Helping kids through toxic stress is one step toward 'Unleashing North Philly'

A series of events is aimed at changing the narrative about North Philadelphia. Instead of focusing on poverty and crime, the events are are telling stories about potential, about cultural resilience.

Fridays at 9 a.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM
WHYY's The Pulse wins multiple national and local awards

WHYY's The Pulse wins multiple national and local awards

WHYY's health and science show, The Pulse, was recognized with two awards from Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI). The show was voted as the Best News/Public Affairs Program for its episode, The Pulse Goes To

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