“We have done our part, exceeding the request,” Council president Darrell Clarke said Tuesday in City Council chambers, “and we will conclude our budget process this Thursday.”
These are therapy dogs of sorts for the caregivers who deal with high-stress situations every day and even experience the trauma of losing a patient from time to time.
In 2003, Mount Holly Township declared the Garden neighborhood blighted and created a redevelopment plan that called for the demolition of more than 300 townhomes, where three-quarters of the residents were African-American or Hispanic.
The SS United States could be headed for the scrap heap in a matter of weeks if the money to keep her afloat isn’t raised.
The addition breaks at least one Oxford English Dictionary rule: that a new word needs to be current for ten years before consideration for inclusion.
Life near the Merion Golf Club is slowly returning to normal after Sunday night’s conclusion of the US Open.
Apple says the feds, state, and local authorities made requests for data from about 10,000 devices or accounts.
The hearing featured experts speaking on the educational systems in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Finland and elsewhere.
Think you’re putting away enough money for your retirement? A new study might have you think again.
It was a close vote this past week as Philadelphia City Council decided to revise the city’s controversial 10-year tax abatement on new construction.
City officials held a celebration this week to mark the fifth anniversary of a program that rescues homeowners on the brink of foreclosure.
One study has found that college is worth it, but not all degrees are created equal.
So far this week, two dozen people have turned themselves in to make arrangements to pay without fear of being arrested or sent to jail.
The vote was unanimous for the new cigarette tax, which would take effect next January and bring an estimated $45 million to city schools. State approval is required.
Philadelphia-based Aramark Corporation and the volunteering agency City Year sent dozens of volunteers to help renovate underutilized rooms at Lutheran Settlement House so computer instructor Kwaku Boateng (at right in photo) could help those lacking a high school diploma get the skills they need to effectively search for work.