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City officials are seeking the immediate eviction of a local Boy Scouts chapter from a city-owned building, though the Scouts maintain their federal anti-bias lawsuit should take precedence over the eviction action.

A Delaware man filed a lawsuit last week against a priest with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, alleging the clergymember sexually assaulted him 30 years ago.

The Gayborhood will be brimming with community organizations next weekend during the 19th-annual OutFest celebration, with two of the groups receiving special recognition for their longstanding commitment to the local LGBT community.

Reading took its place this week among the list of Pennsylvania municipalities that prohibit discrimination against residents based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Memorial celebration to honor LGBT leader

Friends and colleagues of Larry Frankel are invited to a memorial celebration in his honor at 10:30 a.

Obama includes gays for Family Day


The executive director of LGBT grantmaking organization Delaware Valley Legacy Fund will leave his post later this month to take a position with another local LGBT group.

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