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Ximena Conde comes from Wisconsin Public Radio where she worked as a general assignment reporter covering southeastern Wisconsin as the station’s Second Century News Fellow. She previously worked as Rhode Island Public Radio’s Morning Edition producer.

Conde grew up in Queens, NY and graduated from Rutgers University.

Latest by Ximena Conde/WHYY

‘The people live here’: First Philly-run mass vaccination clinics target underserved neighborhoods

Philadelphia opened on Tuesday its first city-run mass COVID-19 vaccination site for eligible residents.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

‘Absolutely grueling’: 7 people fatally shot in Philly in less than 24 hours

At least 62 people have now been murdered so far this year, a 55% increase compared to the same time in 2020, which ended with 499 homicides. Since 1960, the city has never recorded more than 500 murders in one year.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY and Ximena Conde/WHYY

Philadelphia begins giving vaccine boosters to the 6,900 people who got first doses through Philly Fighting COVID

By Saturday, the city plans to have 2,500 people vaccinated with second doses through the mass clinic.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

Sleet, icing, snow: Parts of Pa. see biggest December snowfall in years, says state meteorologist

“Just for a little perspective, this will be a historic December snowstorm for much of the reporting sites. A typical snow amount for December across much of the Commonwealth is 5 to 8 inches, and in some spots we’re predicting over 18 [inches], maybe up to 2 feet of snow,” said State Meteorologist Jeff Jumper.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

The Philadelphia Flower Show will make outdoor debut at FDR Park in 2021

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, which hosts the annual event, said the show’s new home will be FDR Park and will take place June 5 to 13.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

Philly department of prisons issues shelter-in-place amid COVID-19 spike

The spread of COVID-19 in prisons has been a concern since the start of the pandemic because of all the spaces people share and issues with crowding.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY