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Yuengling becomes the official lager of the Phillies

Yuengling Traditional Lager has been named the “Official Lager of the Philadelphia Phillies” as part of an expanded partnership between the Pottsville-based brewery and the Phils.

John Oliver offers the Phillie Phanatic a new job on ‘Last Week Tonight’

John Oliver has made an offer to the Phillie Phanatic that the famed mascot may not be able to refuse, should he become a free agent later this year.

1 killed, 3 injured after a car hits a tree near the Philadelphia Zoo

A woman is dead and three others, including a 1-month-old boy and 6-year-old girl, are injured following a car crash in West Philadelphia on Friday morning.

Lansdale-based radio station WNPV will shut down after 60 years on the air

The station, which broadcasts on the 98.5 FM and 1440 AM frequencies, will air its final programming and go off the air April 30, general manager Phil Hunt said.

Joel Embiid embraces new nickname after ‘Jeopardy!’ flub

Embiid’s famous "Process" moniker came up on the show as part of a $1,000 question under the Current Sports Nicknames" category.

A comedy legend once tried to build ‘a little Beverly Hills’ in Bucks County. Now you can buy the $2.7M mansion built for her.

Joan Rivers and her husband wanted to build a mansion and a movie studio in Bucks County. When they didn't get their way, they tried to secede from Northampton Township.

James Lipton once said Bradley Cooper was his favorite ‘Inside the Actors Studio’ interview

The Philly-area native was Lipton’s first student to appear as a guest on "Inside the Actors Studio."

SEPTA bus strikes, kills pedestrian in Fishtown

One man is dead after being struck by a SEPTA bus in Fishtown early Tuesday morning.

Rapper Lil Dicky, starring in his own TV show, walks us through the Philly-area places that made him who he is

Rapper-turned-actor Lil Dicky, whose real name is Dave Burd, will debut his new comedy series "Dave" on the network that already hosts "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia."

Popular brunch and hoagie spots closed for health code violations | Clean Plates

Mouse droppings in cake boxes and deep fryers, a fraudulent food safety certificate, and a stray strand of hair in a yogurt container were enough to close restaurants.