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DNC 2016 Committee announces new staff (8 hours ago)
The Democratic National Convention Committee has settled in town and is ready to work. The committee, led by convention CEO Rev. Leah D. Daughtry, has been setting up shop at offices at 19th and Market streets over the last few weeks. On Thursday, the team announced the addition of six new directors on staff.

Local 98 protesters jeer Comcast exec David L. Cohen (14 hours ago)
They gathered to cheer Philadelphia Gay News Publisher Mark Segal. But some also came to jeer Comcast Senior Executive Vice President David L. Cohen.

Top 5 moments of first mayoral debate (9/30/2015)
Tuesday was the first time all five mayoral candidates (yes, there are five), took the stage together to discuss their ideas. The debate was tame and didn't provide too much color. But there were some interesting and funny answers. Here are some top moments from the first general election mayoral debate.

22nd and Market memorial short on fundraising goal (9/29/2015)
The memorial to honor the six people killed and the 13 that were injured when a wall collapsed on the Salvation Army store at that corner on June 5, 2013 has a $1.4 million pricetag, Jerry Sweeney, CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust and a committee member of the memorial park fundraising group, said Tuesday. The committee is $400,000 short of the total needed and Sweeney said construction cannot begin until all the money is in the bank.

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