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Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Aaron Moselle is a general assignment reporter for NewsWorks, filing stories for both web and radio.
While you can find him at the courthouse or a school funding rally, he also spends a good chunk of his time writing about issues in Northwest Philadelphia, where he was born and raised. (Yes. Mount Airy is part of the city.)
Before arriving at WHYY in 2010, Aaron was a freelance writer for a collection of community newspapers and alternative weeklies.
He still can't get over the fact that he can walk to so many sights and sounds from his home base in South Philly.

Latest by Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Philly will hire consultant to investigate police response to recent protests

Philadelphia will hire an independent consultant to investigate the city’s response to more than two weeks of protests against police brutality.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Why didn’t Philly police respond to white men with bats? Fishtown neighbors wait for answers

Members of the group, who said they were there to protect police, heckled and threatened a small group of protesters.
By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Fewer people being released from Philly jails as pool of eligible cases shrinks

By the end of last week, 102 county inmates had been released, the lowest total since the emergency order took effect.
By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

‘Troubling’ number of anti-Semitic incidents recorded in Philadelphia region

Nationally, the ADL counted 2,107 anti-Semitic incidents across the U.S., a 12% increase over 2018 and the highest total since 1979.
By Tim Lambert and Aaron Moselle/WHYY

COVID-19 death of Philly meat processing worker spurs wrongful death lawsuit

“JBS prioritized profits over people."
By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Pa. prison system mulls releasing hundreds to prevent coronavirus spread

Pennsylvania has 25 state prisons housing roughly 45,000 people, all of whom have been under quarantine since late Sunday, with their movements restricted and meals served inside cells.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Pa. offers searchable database of open child care centers

Families can sort through more than 600 child care centers by name or geography.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY