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Drexel University campus buildings are on lockdown as protesters set up tents, officials say Block party, runs, parade: Your guide to weekend events, road closures in Philadelphia Eagles Autism Challenge has another record-breaking year Alleged New Jersey arsonist arrested, charged for harassment and stalking Italian Market Festival brings back the tradition of climbing the greased pole Clear the Shelters: Happy Caturday! What to know before you go to the 2024 Roots Picnic: Lineup, tickets and road closures Separate overnight shootings in Philadelphia leave 3 people injured, police say Black Horse Pike crash kills bicyclist in Hamilton Township, police say One juvenile dead, another injured after shooting in Delaware County, police say 19 protesters arrested following attempt to occupy Penn building, university says Philadelphia Style Mag celebrates 25 years with glamorous party Philadelphia Renaissance Faire returns with twice as many vendors and high-flying talent Members upset as Inspira plans to close fitness centers in southern New Jersey Cherry Hill Mall adding new stores, restaurant soon. Here's what's coming Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker signs executive action announcing plan to clean the city Police in Delaware asking the public to be on the lookout for stolen school bus ‘FCANCER' plate leads to judge ruling Delaware vanity plate rules allow viewpoint discrimination Temple Dental School graduate is 6th in her family to achieve the accomplishment Pa. school cuts songs from student concert, including Black national anthem, sparking concern References

Philadelphia3 hours ago

Drexel University campus buildings are on lockdown as protesters set up tents, officials say

Hundreds of people walked through Center City holding signs and Palestinian flags as they made their way to Drexel University’s Academic Quadrangle where some set up tents.

  • New Jersey3 hours ago

    Alleged New Jersey arsonist arrested, charged for harassment and stalking

    Officials say they arrested a man who allegedly set a car on fire while it sat in someone’s driveway in Haddonfield, NJ, last year. Other incidents at the same home are still under investigation...

  • Philadelphia3 hours ago

    Italian Market Festival brings back the tradition of climbing the greased pole

    Meats and cheeses were among the prizes for the people brave enough to climb the greased pole at the Italian Market Festival in South Philadelphia on Saturday. NBC10’s Yukare Nakayama has more....

  • Clear the Shelters19 hours ago

    Clear the Shelters: Happy Caturday!

    Happy Caturday! The Pennsylvania SPCA is kicking off kitten season with special events where you can adopt and welcome a purrrfect cat into your home.

  • Philadelphia14 hours ago

    What to know before you go to the 2024 Roots Picnic: Lineup, tickets and road closures

    The legendary Roots crew will be joined by Lil Wayne, Jill Scott and more on June 1 and June 2 at Fairmount Park’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts.

  • Philadelphia12 hours ago

    Separate overnight shootings in Philadelphia leave 3 people injured, police say

    Three people were injured after two separate shootings that happened in Philadelphia Friday night into Saturday morning, police said.

  • New Jersey14 hours ago

    Black Horse Pike crash kills bicyclist in Hamilton Township, police say

    A 61-year-old bicyclist was killed in a crash on the Black Horse Pike in Hamilton Township, New Jersey late Friday night, police said.

  • Pennsylvania18 hours ago

    One juvenile dead, another injured after shooting in Delaware County, police say

    An investigation is underway into a shooting that left one juvenile dead and another injured in Delaware County Friday afternoon, police said.

  • Philadelphia9 hours ago

    19 protesters arrested following attempt to occupy Penn building, university says

    Nineteen protesters, including six students, were taken into police custody Friday night, after attempting to occupy a building on theUniversity of Pennsylvaniacampus, a University spokesperson said.

  • PhiladelphiaMay 17

    Philadelphia Style Mag celebrates 25 years with glamorous party

    Philadelphia Style Magazine is marking a major milestone as it celebrated the strong relationship between the publication and the city. NBC10’s Sheila Watko was there for all of the flair.

  • PhiladelphiaMay 17

    Philadelphia Renaissance Faire returns with twice as many vendors and high-flying talent

    The Philadelphia Renaissance Faire, aka Philly Faire, is returning to the historic grounds of Fort Mifflin this Memorial Day Weekend.

  • New JerseyMay 17

    Members upset as Inspira plans to close fitness centers in southern New Jersey

    Members of a gym in Cumberland County, NJ, rallied on Friday to stop the closure of the fitness center owned by Inspira Health Systems.

  • New JerseyMay 16

    Cherry Hill Mall adding new stores, restaurant soon. Here's what's coming

    The Cherry Hill Mall in New Jersey is welcoming five new stores and one restaurant in the coming months.

  • PhiladelphiaMay 17

    Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker signs executive action announcing plan to clean the city

    Philadelphia is about to look cleaner. Mayor Cherelle Parker signed an executive action announcing an ambitious plan to clean every block and address quality of life issues over the summer season.

  • DelawareMay 17

    Police in Delaware asking the public to be on the lookout for stolen school bus

    Police in Delaware are asking for help tracking down a school bus that was stolen early Friday morning.

  • DelawareMay 17

    ‘FCANCER' plate leads to judge ruling Delaware vanity plate rules allow viewpoint discrimination

    Tuesday’s ruling came in a lawsuit filed by Kari Lynn Overington, 43, of Milton, a breast cancer survivor whose “FCANCER” license plate was recalled in 2021 because it contained a “perceived profanity.” Overington filed a lawsuit that year challenging the decision, and the American Civil Liberties Union later took up her case.

  • Temple UniversityMay 17

    Temple Dental School graduate is 6th in her family to achieve the accomplishment

    As Paige Hodges graduates from Temple’s Dental School, she is now the sixth person in her family to do so. The tradition now spans three generations. NBC10’s Frances Wang has this story that will truly make you smile.

  • PennsylvaniaMay 17

    Pa. school cuts songs from student concert, including Black national anthem, sparking concern

    A Pennsylvania school district’s decision to remove a song from a recent student choral concert has divided the community and spurred a review by a civil rights group.

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