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11-Term Philly Democrat Charged on 29-Count Corruption Indictment

An 11-term Democrat Congressman from Philadelphia has just been handed a 29-count indictment for corruption. After an investigation, the FBI has now found enough to charge the Congressman. Prosecutors charged

Troy Tulowitzki Bombs HR in 2nd At-Bat with Toronto Blue Jays

On Tuesday, the Colorado Rockies traded shortstop Troy Tulowitzki to the Toronto Blue Jays. On Wednesday, he made himself at home up north against the Philadelphia Phillies. With a man on in the bottom of the third, Tulowitzki hit an absolute bomb to left-center field, which seemed to put a serious jolt of energy into the stadium. Show More Summary

Jake Thompson, Jorge Alfaro and More to Phillies: Trade Details, Scouting Report

Following weeks of speculation, the Philadelphia Phillies agreed to trade Cole Hamels to the Texas Rangers in exchange for a package of prospects that includes pitcher Jake Thompson, catcher Jorge Alfaro, right-handed pitcher Jerad Eickhoff,...Show More Summary

Cole Hamels to Rangers: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

If there was any question the Philadelphia Phillies are focused solely on the future, the fate of left-handed pitcher Cole Hamels gives a clear indication where the franchise is headed. According to Fox Sports' Jon Morosi, the Phillies...Show More Summary

Scott Walker's Philly Screwup Wasn't Ordering American on His Cheesesteak

Scott Walker’s bid for the Republican presidential nomination took him Monday to Philadelphia, where he—like many campaigners before him—took on the unexpectedly complicated task of placing the appropriate cheesesteak order in front of a gaggle of reporters. In a bid to avoid one local controv

Scott Walker Was In Philly For A Cheesesteak Yesterday

It's a longtime ritual: Would-be presidents come to Philadelphia, come to one or both of our most famous steak shops, Pat's Steaks or Geno's (Republicans prefer Geno's because of the late owner's famed bigotry), and then the national media critiques their choice. Now, I don't care what you order on your cheesesteak; no real Philadelphian does. Show More Summary

Nearing a Year of Unrest in Ferguson, Solutions to Tension are Divided in Philadelphia

In Philly, wide-ranging police reforms submitted in the year following Ferguson's unrest. The post Nearing a Year of Unrest in Ferguson, Solutions to Tension are Divided in Philadelphia appeared first on The Good Men Project.

MLB Trade Rumors: Latest Info on Cole Hamels, Aroldis Chapman and More

The Cole Hamels watch has been kicked into high gear. Per ESPN.com's Jayson Stark, the Philadelphia Phillies have asked every team interested in the left-hander to submit their best trade offers by Wednesday. The group of teams looking to acquire Hamels is a big one. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals acquire Jonathan Papelbon from the Phillies

In their search to upgrade their bullpen for the pennant race, the Washington Nationals settled on a longtime opponent, acquiring Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon. In a complicated deal that displaced Drew Storen from ninth-inning duties despite a strong season, the Nationals landed Papelbon for pitching prospect Nick Pivetta.Read full article >>

Philadelphia Newspaper Hits Home Run with Comical Farewell to Jonathan Papelbon

Jonathan Papelbon got his wish Tuesday when the Philadelphia Phillies traded him to the Washington Nationals, according to the Phillies' official Twitter account. On Wednesday, the Philadelphia Daily News dedicated a cover page to saying goodbye to the closer—in true Philadelphia fashion. Show More Summary

After Trading Papelbon, Phillies Beat Blue Jays 3-2

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Dependable pitching was no problem for the Philadelphia Phillies in their first game after trading All-Star closer Jonathan Papelbon to Washington.

Nationals Land Papelbon in Trade, Fall to Marlins 4-1

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The Washington Nationals have a new closer, landing All-Star Jonathan Papelbon from the Philadelphia Phillies.

Meet the Spend Matters Team at ISM Metrics and Analytics Symposium in Philly This Week!

Categories: Analytics, Conferences, Industry News Tags: General News Will you be attending ISM’s annual Metrics and Analytics Symposium July 30-31 in Philadelphia? If you are, be on the look out for Spend Matters Founder and Managing Director Jason Busch and Chief Research Officer Pierre Mitchell. Show More Summary

Jose Bautista Injury: Updates on Blue Jays Star's Hamstring and Return

Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista left Tuesday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies with an apparent right hamstring injury. Continue for updates. Bautista Exits vs. Phillies Tuesday, July 28 Bautista pulled up lame after running out a ground ball in the bottom of the eighth inning and left the game, per Gregor Chisholm of MLB.com. Show More Summary

Jonathan Papelbon to Nationals: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The Philadelphia Phillies traded closer Jonathan Papelbon to the Washington Nationals on Tuesday in exchange for Double-A prospect Nick Pivetta. The Nationals announced the deal on Twitter, adding they agreed to Papelbon's 2016 contract. Despite...Show More Summary

Real estate investors might be fleeing other markets, but they’re still flocking to Philly

"The investor market has just been incredibly hot in Philadelphia," said Vince D'Agostino, a shareholder at Foundation Title, which has 14 offices throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey...

A Philly Faux Pas by Scott Walker

Scott Walker's attempt at cheese-steak diplomacy appeared to backfire when he stopped at both Pat's and Geno's in Philadelphia and ordered sandwiches with American cheese instead of the customary Cheez Whiz.

Lawsuit against district, teachers’ union dismissed

By Robert Moran, Philly.com A Common Pleas Court judge this week dismissed a lawsuit against the Philadelphia School District and its teachers' union that tried to end a long-held practice of allowing union employees to remain on the public payroll.

The Gang Behind Philly’s Prime Pill Mill

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A Philadelphia doctor and a notoriously violent motorcycle gang joined forces to sell mass quantities of prescription pills.

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