The report has ten key recommendations that the task force believes could help the city save between $66 million and $121 million over five years.
Temple University says it is cutting seven sports programs in 2014, including baseball, women’s rowing and softball, among others. Nine coaches will lose their jobs.
If Congress fails to extend a tax benefit that is due to be slashed in half at the end of this month, it could mean higher commuting costs for many who use mass transit.
Dozens walked off their jobs across the United States in 100 cities.
The sinkhole nearly devoured a pickup truck and had neighbors pointing fingers at the Philadelphia Water Department.
The Pennsylvania Treasury Department says JPMorgan Chase told it that hackers gained access to the personal information of about 465,000 cardholders nationwide.
These apps designed by students, staff, and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania have generated a lot of buzz among software development firms and venture capitalists.
US Sen. Bob Casey says the lot of 700,000 Pennsylvania workers would be improved by an increase in the minimum wage.
Mayor Nutter vetoed a bill that would require a zoning variance for any new medical offices in the northeast section of the city. But City Council quickly overrode the veto.
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation gave two of its “Neighborhood Builders” awards, each accompanied by a $200,000 check, to Tech Impact and the People’s Emergency Center.
The Ospreys, which are completed in Texas, mean jobs for two-thirds of the 6,200 workers at the Ridley Park plant.
City Council members have reached what officials are calling an “historic” agreement to rein in a longstanding Philadelphia problem: how to dispose of tens of thousands of vacant properties and lots.
City Council President Darrell Clarke today is unveiling his plan to remake the famed Love Park in Center City.
“At the moment, we’re looking at 63 million mobile gambling users. But this will increase; by 2018, we’re expecting it to be about 164 million users,” analyst Sian Rowlands says.
A creative, new use for vending machines will be unveiled, tonight, at a Center City coffee shop.