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Kim Stolfer, president of Firearms Owners Against Crime, was at the state Capitol on Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, to lobby against two gun bills. Ed Mahon / PA Post
More than 2 million voters in three counties will remain in limbo a bit longer after a voting machine lawsuit changed course late Friday.
The phone at St. Patrick’s, where roughly the majority of parishioners speak Spanish, rang all day long with churchgoers who are ecstatic over the appointment of a Hispanic archbishop.
Comic Division President Richard Porco says in addition to the two Mummers caught wearing blackface in this year’s parade, some others were intercepted before they began the New Year’s Day strut.
Thirteen alleged members of the “Sevens” gang have been charged with crimes including kidnapping, sex trafficking, child pornography and murder.
Thousands of unreported “critical incidents,” including two deaths and cases of abuse and neglect, were found in an audit of medical claims.
Safehouse, the nonprofit behind Philadelphia’s proposed supervised injection facility, is waiting on a federal judge to determine whether it’s legal to open the first medical site of its kind in the U.S.
The proposal would close all cyber charters in Pennsylvania by the 2020-21 school year.