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Fundraiser for HIV/AIDS housing group

Calcutta House, which provides housing and services for the local HIV/AIDS community, will host a fundraising event tonight at 7 at the Merion Tribute House, 626 Hazelhurst Ave.

The city’s Police Advisory Commission has reached an agreement with the District Attorney’s office and is preparing to review additional records in the Nizah Morris case, PAC members said last week.

The local organization that seeks to boost the city’s appeal as a gay-friendly tourist destination recently announced several boosts to its own infrastructure.

Suburban trans teacher reinstated

A judge reinstated a transgender art teacher from Media, Delaware County, who had been fired after undergoing a sex-change operation.

A federal judge has granted a two-month extension for both sides to gather evidence in a case that could determine whether the local Boy Scouts chapter remains in a city-owned building.

Area voters will head to the polls in a few weeks to choose from a long list of judges and other candidates in the municipal Primary, two of whom are members of the LGBT community.

An organization dedicated to fighting same-sex marriage launched a new advertising effort last week that targets the states it sees as the next battlegrounds for marriage equality, including New Jersey.

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