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Nemours helps Eastside residents get back to school healthy (Video/Article)

Nemours Children’s Health System in partnership with Urban Acres and the Eastside Community Center combine their resources to educate children and parents of their community about better nutritional options as they prepare for the new school year.

Friends and family gather to remember slain hero in Rodney Square (Video/Article)

Less than 24 hours after the murder of 27-year-old Thomas Cottingham his friends and family gather at the location where he sacrificed himself to save complete stranger and her infant daughter.

Delaware Military Academy remembers September 11th (Video/Article)

Fourteen years following the September 11th attacks a small private military academy outside of Wilmington holds their annual memorial to ensure the memories of a generation before a past on to the next.

Evan G. Shortlidge Academy celebrates new renovations (Video/Article)

A small elementary school in the heart of Wilmington brought community members together to celebrate new renovations. The improvements include a new vestibule and awning for improved security, technology upgrades in classrooms and redecorating the student hallways to celebrate education and Delaware career opportunities.

Colonial District School Board meets with Wilmington Education Improvement Commission (Article)

Members of the Colonial District School Board, district staff and residents meet with the WEIC to discuss potential options as they face changes in redistricting in the coming years to better serve students in the city of Wilmington and surrounding areas.


Primary Election Day 2015: Don’t Count Those Millennials Out Yet

A look back at both the partisan and nonpartisan organizations that sought to raise young voter education and engagement leading up to Philadelphia’s May 2015 Democratic Primary Municipal elections.

Doug Oliver: “I Know I’m an Underdog. I Just Don’t Care.”

Q&A with 2015 Philadelphia Mayoral candidate Doug Oliver as well as coverage from his official announcement from the Flying Horse in the Germantown section of Philadelphia.

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Veterans Affairs: College Students and Local Vets Journey to Our Nation’s Capitol

Freshman students enrolled at the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania plan, fund and organize a field trip for the students of the Trio Veterans Upward Bound program.

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North Philadelphia: PURP Leads Protest After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

While violent protests raged in major cities around the United States, the PURP collective from North Philadelphia, organizes a peaceful protest that ends in historic Rittenhouse Square.

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Veterans Affairs: Discovering Culture Through Education

Veterans Upward Bound student Yahanna Bey shares his experience at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History about tracing his own heritage and culture.

Veterans Affairs: Penn Student Enlightened by Time Spent with Veterans

University of Pennsylvania student Josh Michnowski reflects on his time with the students from the Veterans Upward Bound program.

Kensington: Making An “Impact” In The Fight Against Veteran Homelessness

Impact services in the Kensington section of Philadelphia show a continuing and renewed commitment to supporting veterans in need.

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Veterans Affairs: Ending Veteran Homelessness by “Rewriting the Cardboard”

The Veterans Multi-Service Center, headquartered in the heart of Old City Philadelphia, has come up with an innovative way of changing the age-old cardboard signs that are synonymous with homelessness.

Veterans Affairs: Diane Sandefur’s Passion, Patience and Leadership Guide Veterans Upward Bound Program

Diane Sandefur has been the executive director of the Trio Veterans Upward Bound program for nearly 20 years. During her tenure she has guided the program through her unwavering dedication to here staff, students, and love of education.

Veterans Affairs: VMC Says Fairwell To E.D. Tim Meserve and Welcome’s Tim Williams

The Veterans Multi-Service Center prepares for a new era under Tim Williams, while saluting the service of Tim Meserve.

Veterans Affairs: Five Ways You Can Help Veterans Right Now

A short list of opportunities for Philadelphia residents to help the veterans in their community.

Veterans Affairs: Helping Veterans Advocate For Themselves

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