It’s the first housing construction project the agency has done in more than three years.
In a unanimous vote, the Boy Scouts of America’s executive committee approved a resolution to end the group’s ban on gay adult leaders.
The company’s sending the shoes to two of the basketball teams competing for the US in the Special Olympics World Summer Games later this month.
Attendees are looking to Obama for national leadership on civil rights. And they’ll be looking to former president Bill Clinton on Wednesday to discuss economics.
Using the hashtag #getaroom, the Buckingham Township Police Department reminded residents on Facebook and Twitter that they could get a citation for having romantic liaisons in public parks after dark.
As Archbishop Charles Chaput weighs in on the firing of a gay Catholic school teacher on the Main Line, the leadership of the school is releasing a statement backing the decision, and saying it will not be reversed or modified.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is working with The Residentialist Group to help older residents stay in their homes safely.
The effort gives community groups an opportunity to raise money while cleaning up their neighborhoods.
Peppers, green beans and squash are just some of the veggies growing in this little garden outside the museum walls.
The emblem honoring Fire Captain Michael Goodwin Sr., Firefighter Joyce Craig, and Police officers Moses Walker Jr. and Robert Wilson III now sits prominently on the hood of the 2nd Alarmers rapid response vehicle, which offers water, fans and other forms of support at emergency scenes.
This is the third time that Harmon Carey has asked Gov. Jack Markell to issue an apology on behalf of the state.
St. Laurentius Church, which was slated to be demolished, has won a reprieve from the city’s Historical Commission by receiving a historical designation.
Preliminary plans for a huge commercial and retail complex are on the drawing board once again.
Staff at several buildings in the Art Museum area say agents have scoped out their properties.
There are more than 230 World Heritage cities around the globe, but none so far in the US.
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!