Camden schools superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard says the evaluation and budget process had been going on since January, and all those who will lose their jobs at the end of this academic year were notified yesterday.
This year’s “Phans Feeding Families” campaign is getting a financial jumpstart from Citizens Bank.
Pedro Cortés held the same position as secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of State under former governor Ed Rendell, when the Dr. Kermit Gosnell case transpired.
With temperatures expected to soar to 90 degrees on Tuesday, we could all use a little ice cream.
Prisons commissioner Louis Giorla said the site, on State Road, is both close to other city prisons and far from residential areas.
The forum was sponsored by Global Philadelphia, a nonprofit organization that works to promote the city internationally.
Eight Philadelphia schools are recipients of the latest round of grants from the Hamels Foundation.
The mayor’s chief of staff, Everett Gillison, was testifying at a hearing to consider the administration’s plan to consolidate the 911 and 311 centers at the old Quartermaster Depot, at 20th and Oregon.
If you live in Philadelphia and own an electric car, you can get a special parking space in front of your home to charge your vehicle.
First, get that “Jaws” music out of your head.
The new, 135,000-square-foot facility will house all the services that CHOP has offered in King of Prussia, including urgent care, but this facility also has an ambulatory surgery center.
“Trenton Pork Roll Festival 2015″ organizer TC Nelson received a cease-and-desist letter from a lawyer for “Official 2nd Annual Pork Roll Festival” organizer Scott Miller.
The Pennsylvania Convention Center, in center city, is taking a new tack in its battle with the carpenters’ union, which has been locked out of the facility since May 2014.
The Nutter administration has authored a measure that for the first time applies the city’s existing hotel tax to Airbnb-type rentals.
A spokesman for the NJ Department of Environmental Protection says it will take about a year and cost more than $120 million.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!