Noah Zucker

Noah Zucker

Noah Zucker is a Web Curator for PhillyVoice.com. His focuses include government, education, South Jersey and more. Before coming to PhillyVoice.com, he wrote for publications including the Boulder Daily Camera in Colorado, the Delaware State News and TAPinto Camden. When not writing, Noah can often be found rollerblading or playing the guitar.

noah@phillyvoice.com

December 1, 2021

Music

Philly ska-punk band Catbite headlines mini tour with YouTube cover artist Skatune Network

Catbite, the ska-punk quartet from Philadelphia is headlining a two-stop, mini tour with popular YouTube cover artist Skatune Network. The first concert on is an all-ages event at PhilaMOCA at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 7. Then the band is playing a 21-and-over show at St. Vitus in Brooklyn, New York, on Jan. 8. Tickets for these concerts cost $15 and will go on sale at noon Friday on the band's website. Vaccines and masks are required for both shows.

December 1, 2021

Investigations

SEPTA rider assaulted by juveniles on Market-Frankford Line

A 27-year-old woman allegedly was assaulted by two adolescents while riding the Market-Frankford Line on Tuesday night. The incident came two days after City Council held a hearing addressing the safety of SEPTA.

December 1, 2021

Government

While schools are closed for winter break, Philly students can still get free meals at rec centers

While Philadelphia schools are closed for the winter holidays, students can continue to receive free meals through the Parks & Recreation department. The food will be distributed from select recreation centers around the city on dates that coincide with days the Philadelphia School District is closed this winter and spring..

December 1, 2021

Crime

Off-duty Philly cop shot multiple times following road rage confrontation

An off-duty Philadelphia Police Department officer was shot multiple times while inside his car this afternoon following a verbal altercation with a passenger in another vehicle, but is expected to be okay.

November 30, 2021

Crime

NJ State Police piloting new first responder program with mental health experts

New Jersey State Police troopers in Cumberland County will be paired with mental health experts as part of a new pilot program to help law enforcement minimize use of force incidents against those going through behavioral health crises statewide.

November 30, 2021

Politics

Dr. Oz expected to run for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania as a Republican

Dr. Oz, the cardiothoracic surgeon turned talk show personality, is expected to announce his Republican U.S. Senate candidacy in PA tonight. On Monday, Sean Hannity hinted that the announcement would happen on his Tuesday show. The doctor, whose full name is Mehmet Cengiz Öz, has already hired top campaign aids and made contact with some of the states most powerful Republicans.

November 30, 2021

Courts

Pennsylvania judge awards homes to 285 tenants in misleading rent-to-own agreements

A ruling by an Allegheny Court judge gave 285 Pennsylvania tenants the titles to their homes as compensation for being misled into predatory rent-to-own agreements with Vision Property Management LLC. The affected residences included 19 in Philadelphia, nine in Delaware County and one in Montgomery County.

November 27, 2021

Crime

Police ID victim, arrest person of interest in Philly's 500th homicide of 2021

Police ID victim, arrest person of interest in city's 500th homicide of 2021

November 27, 2021

Business

Wawa ranked largest company in Pennsylvania, 29th largest in nation

Wawa ranked largest company in Pennsylvania, 29th largest in nation

November 27, 2021

Crime

Woman bank robber takes $4K from Center City Wells Fargo

Philadelphia police are looking for a woman bank robber who took about $4,000 from a Wells Fargo branch in Center City

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