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Aaron Moselle is a general assignment reporter for NewsWorks, filing stories for both web and radio.
While you can find him at the courthouse or a school funding rally, he also spends a good chunk of his time writing about issues in Northwest Philadelphia, where he was born and raised. (Yes. Mount Airy is part of the city.)
Before arriving at WHYY in 2010, Aaron was a freelance writer for a collection of community newspapers and alternative weeklies.
He still can't get over the fact that he can walk to so many sights and sounds from his home base in South Philly.

Latest by Aaron Moselle/WHYY


COVID-19’s fall surge hitting Pennsylvania prisons too

To date, 23 prisoners have died from COVID-19 in nine of Pennsylvania’s correctional facilities.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Nearly 750K votes later, Philly’s ballot counting is officially over

More than two weeks after polls closed on Election Day, the city has finished counting its cache of general election ballots — all 749,317 of them.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

No new coronavirus mitigation efforts planned in Pennsylvania — for the moment

Levine said the state will look at daily caseloads, positivity rates, hospitalizations, and other metrics before announcing any new pandemic restrictions, including those on visitations at nursing homes.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Updated: November 3, 2020 | 7:22 pm

Trump campaign files legal challenges in Philadelphia as election court heats up

A courthouse located between City Hall and Reading Terminal Market is ground zero for legal challenges on Election Day in Philadelphia.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY and Ryan Briggs/WHYY

Video of Philly police bashing SUV, driver with batons sparks internal affairs investigation

The incident captured on video happened hours after two officers fatally shot 27-year-old Walter Wallace Jr. on Monday afternoon, sparking protests against police brutality.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Pennsylvanians with court debt could have their records automatically sealed under new bill

Starting in July, the courts, in tandem with state police, began sealing millions of criminal charges under Pennsylvania’s Clean Slate law, including convictions for most nonviolent misdemeanors.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY


New bill could help Pennsylvania’s struggling performance venues

With daily case counts of COVID-19 on the rise, Pennsylvania officials are again urging residents to adhere to the state’s pandemic protocols.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

Will my ballot get counted? How the pending Supreme Court decision could impact voting in Pa.

Election experts say the cases before the Supreme Court will not have an impact on any mail ballots received by county officials on or before Election Day.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY
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