Schuylkill River among four nominees for Pennsylvania's 2023 River of the Year



The Schuylkill River is one of four rivers across Pennsylvania nominated for River of the Year by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Other waterways being recognized include Perkiomen Creek, Conestoga River, and Susquehanna River-North Branch. Voting runs until Jan. 18, and the winner receives a $10,000 grant for year-long activities.



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Wharton alum, whose startup is backed by $33M, feels 'huge responsibility' to influence Black founders



Solo Ceesay co-founded the Calaxy app with Dallas Mavericks guard Spencer Dinwiddie.



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Amid Volatile Rate Environment, Modiv Finds Accretive Investments for Stakeholders


CEO Aaron Halfacre said that since the REIT went public earlier this year, its challenge remains to be good corporate stewards of investors’ money.



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Philly D.A. Larry Krasner files legal petition against 'unlawful' impeachment



Philadelphia District Attorney filed a legal petition to stop his impeachment proceedings. The prosecutor asked the court to declare his impeachment unlawful



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The Creators: Chester County kombucha maker launches new product line in effort to diversify business



The new line was born out of the pandemic, when business dropped some 70%.



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Storage Trends Shifting Back to Traditional Demand Drivers Post-Pandemic


Extra Space Storage CEO Joe Margolis said that the increase in self-storage during the pandemic has returned to historical demand levels centered around housing transition.



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Inside David Adelman’s Controversial Plan to Bring the Sixers to Center City



On a Monday afternoon in October, David Adelman stands at the corner of 11th and Market streets, imagining an alternate universe. He points across the […]



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U.S. Marshals and FBI warn of scammers impersonating agents in the Philadelphia area



The FBI and U.S. Marshals are urging people to report any suspicious calls from scammers impersonating agents and demanding money in lieu of going to jail.



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Penn joins other top-tier law schools in halting participation in U.S. News rankings



Penn Law said called the current U.S. News ranking methodology “unnecessarily secretive and contrary to important parts of our mission.”



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Atlantic City Boardwalk's Ripley's Believe It Or Not! museum to close after 26 years



The iconic Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! museum on the Atlantic City boardwalk will close on Dec. 31 after 26 years in New Jersey. The museum features 14 themed galleries and more than 400 artifacts, in addition to a laser maze challenge. The museum is inspired by cartoonist and entrepreneur Robert Ripley’s original newspaper panel in the New York Globe and the New York Evening Post, where Ripley shared facts about strange events, feats and bizarre objects



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