Apr 16, 2024 - News

News Market: Double-deckers nixed

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βœ‚οΈ Mayor Cherelle Parker wants to cut about $900,000 from the Kensington health services nonprofit Prevention Point, which operates the city's largest needle exchange in the city.

❌ SEPTA canceled its yearslong plans to get double-decker train cars. The transit agency has already sunk $50 million into the delayed project. (CBS)

πŸ€ The WNBA is considering starting an expansion team in Philadelphia along with four other locations. (Bleacher Report)

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