• June 19, 2017 |  NewsWorks Tonight

    How much lead is hiding in Philly's former industrial neighborhoods?

    The construction boom in the so-called "river wards," once Philadelphia's industrial hub, has unleashed a "lurking monster: toxic ...
  • June 19, 2017

    Listen to Grapple: The end of coal country and what it means

    Under President Donald Trump, there'sbeen a lot of talk lately about whether the coal industry can come back. And while there's still coal m...
  • June 14, 2017

    In wake of high-profile bias incidents, how York is responding to racial tension

    The borough of West York and the York County School of Technology are among the public agencies grappling with racial tension.
  • June 12, 2017 |  Grapple

    Listen to Grapple: Season 01

    From small towns to big cities — Grapple gives voice to people living and working in distressed communities.
  • June 10, 2017

    Playwright Lynn Nottage gives back to the people of Reading

    New York playwright Lynn Nottage spent two years researching and talking to people in Reading, Pennsylvania. for “Sweat”, her gripping drama about dis...
  • June 8, 2017

    In York, college prep includes grappling with racial tension

    In a classroom at William Penn High school, college acceptance letters cover a bulletin board taking up almost an entire wall.
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