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Top Philadelphia news: 2 more schools close over asbestos concerns; Mercy Hospital to cut services

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Philadelphia.

After Hahnemann, Mercy Hospital in West Philly faces closure as inpatient facility

The hospital is not financially sustainable as a full-scale hospital, owner Trinity Health says.

Read the full story on Philadelphia Inquirer.

2 more schools close over asbestos concerns

Officials say Clara Barton Elementary and James Sullivan Elementary will be closed for the rest of the week.

Read the full story on CBS Philly.

Police commissioner talks about her vision for the department

Build trust, move with urgency and don't be afraid to take risks. Those are the words of new Philadelphia Police Commissioner, Danielle Outlaw.

Read the full story on ABC Philadelphia, WPVI.

Consumer advocates allege some supermarkets fail to warn public about food recalls

A scorecard by the Public Interest Research Group gives many chains a failing grade when it comes to warning customers about hazardous food.

Read the full story on ABC Philadelphia, WPVI.


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