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A 14-year-old boy from Central Pennsylvania killed himself late last week after facing bullying at school, much of which allegedly targeted his perceived sexual orientation.

The city Law Department has reached a tentative settlement with a local Boy Scouts of America council that would allow the council to purchase a building that’s been the focus of a protracted federal lawsuit.

William Way to host police group

The William Way LGBT Community Center will serve as host early next year to a monthly community meeting of the Police Advisory Commission.

Two days after this year’s World AIDS Day, the Philadelphia HIV/AIDS community will come together to pay homage to an agency that has been at the forefront of the city’s fight against the epidemic for the past two decades.

The following incidents in the Midtown Village and Washington Square West areas were reported to the Sixth Police District between Oct.

The fourth annual TOY! event’s 2010 kickoff at Matthews Interior Design on Oct.

Police this week arrested a sex worker for the murder of a suburban man in a Center City hotel.

Whether it was financial or ideological fear that motivated a majority of American voters to go Republican in Tuesday’s midterm elections, the nation’s LGBT citizens are left holding their collective breath over the legislative implications.

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