Jon Tuleya

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Jon Tuleya is managing editor of curation. Jon was the assistant city editor for the past six years at the Delaware County Times. Previously, he was a web news editor for NBC10.com and a staff writer for the Daily Local News in Chester County and the South Philadelphia Review. His reporting has been recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists, the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association and the Philadelphia Press Association.

Jon holds a biology degree from the University of Delaware.

jon@phillyvoice.com

April 20, 2017

History

Then and now: a historic look at Philadelphia's ballparks

In Philadelphia, the long history of professional baseball has had a cast of characters – some good, some bad – with the Phillies, Athletics and others. Below are photos of some of the ballparks and stadiums where the game has been played in the city.

January 9, 2017

Food and Drink

Name that beer: Yards Brewing, Philadelphia Science Festival seek moniker for collaboration

Beer nerds and a science geeks have an opportunity to combine their passions.

January 2, 2017

Courts

Did Facebook post cost Pa. woman big in malpractice lawsuit?

The time-stamped trail created by Facebook has cost a Pennsylvania woman the chance to sue the doctors who misdiagnosed her Lyme disease, a state court has ruled. The nine-judge panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court found plaintiff Nancy Nicolaou had missed the two-year window to file the malpractice claim against the physicians with the St. Luke's University Health Network who initially treated her.

January 2, 2017

Celebrities

Viral streetball legend Mani Love challenges Philly's Kevin Hart to basketball

Viral streetball legend Mani Love challenges Philly's Kevin Hart

December 26, 2016

Social Media

Drexel University calls professor's tweet about white genocide 'utterly reprehensible'

Drexel University has responded to a tweet by one of the university's professor advocating a "white genocide," calling the posting "utterly reprehensible" and "deeply disturbing." Associate Professor George Ciccariello-Maher posted the tweet shortly before 11 p.m. on Christmas Eve. It read: "All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide."

December 6, 2016

2016 Presidential Race

Federal judge to hold hearing for Jill Stein's Pennsylvania recount lawsuit Friday

Court documents seeking a recount in Pennsylvania's presidential election paint an unflattering picture of the state's voting system, calling it a "national disgrace" that uses "vulnerable, hackable, antiquated technology," but offer no specific evidence the results of the Nov. 8 election were hacked.

August 11, 2016

Crime

WATCH: 'Morons' kill a tree to steal a bike in Fishtown

The search is on for two thieves seen in surveillance video sawing down a tree in Fishtown in order to steal a bike that had been locked to its truck.

August 9, 2016

Investigations

FBI agents ask questions, review contracts at Reading City Hall at mayor's request

FBI agents were back Reading City Hall on Tuesday, questioning employees and reviewing a contract the city has with a Chester County towing company.

August 8, 2016

Investigations

VIDEO: Fatal shooting recorded by spectator at Southwest Philly street race

Video recorded then posted online captured audio of about 20 gunshots being being fired during a street race in Southwest Philly early Sunday morning.

August 7, 2016

Courts

Philly Criminal Justice Center reopens Monday for first time since elevator malfunction

The Philadelphia Criminal Justice Center will be open Monday for the first time since the building was evacuated last week when an elevator malfunction seriously injured one person.

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