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Marsy’s Law got wide support in Pa., even though it won’t count yet. Philly voters approved borrowing $185M for buildings.

Voters in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania gave wide support Tuesday to a Marsy's Law state constitutional amendment that would grant explicit rights to crime victims.

Philly voters will consider borrowing $185 million for buildings, streets, and parks in Tuesday’s election

The funding would be distributed toward transit, streets and sanitation, municipal buildings, parks, recreation and museums as well as economic and community development.

How SEPTA’s former ‘We’re Getting There’ motto has taken on a life of its own

SEPTA's dead and gone slogan has been preserved in time with mentions on social media, at least one song written in its honor, and even a nod to it on the transportation authority's own blog.

Suspect in custody after ‘potential threat’ directed at Temple’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine

There is no longer a threat present, though classes remain cancelled.

The cost of SEPTA’s Key card system just swelled to nearly $200 million — way more than planned

Chief among the costs was $4.4 million to replace all of the agency’s 4,226 card readers, purchased six years ago.

United restores PHL-Washington service to create ‘new connection opportunities’

Spirit Airlines will also add another flight to San Juan in March.

As fall arrives, PATCO’s adjusted ‘leaf season’ schedule begins this weekend

SEPTA Regional Rail’s fall schedules went into effect late last month.

Wells Fargo Center now has a ‘rage room’ and Gritty makeover station

A year after introducing the world to Gritty, the Philadelphia Flyers have some other avant-garde ideas to show off.

Bryce Harper’s faith is ‘icing on the cake’ for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Philly

Andy Reid, Vai Sikahema, Scott O'Neil — now, Bryce Harper, are among the big names in the faith with ties to Philadelphia sports.

When will it look like fall? Pa. foliage report suggests ‘great’ season in store.

Fall-lovers, rejoice: Forests “seem less affected by fungus this year,” meaning a “great fall foliage season” is expected ahead.