Mayor Nutter is taking issue with the Council President’s view of how officials will deal with his controversial plan to sell PGW.
The EPA releases it’s annual list of the 25 U.S. Cities with the most Energy Star certified buildings. This year, Philadelphia cracked the top 10.
City Council President Darrell Clarke is signaling to colleagues that he doesn’t want the mayor’s plan to sell PGW to be formally introduced in council until consultants study the deal further.
A judge in Harrisburg has unsealed the record in the case of an aborted sting operation that ensnared several top Philadelphia Democrats.
Flanked by Delaware County D.A. Jack Whelan and Darby Township Police Chief Len McDevitt, Sen. Anthony Williams got their endorsement for his bill, passed in the Senate, to prevent school districts from hiding sexual misconduct allegations against teachers.
Former president Bill Clinton was the keynote speaker at a campaign fundraiser Thursday for Marjorie Margolies.
A new study from RAND says the Affordable Care Act may indirectly lower the cost of car insurance.
Saying he wants to “promote and protect the health and wellness of everyone in Philadelphia,’” Mayor Nutter has signed into law two measures that regulate electronic cigarettes.
A Newtown Square, Pa. company wants to install high-tech, 3-D digital advertising devices on the sidewalks of Center City, though whether City Council goes along is unclear.
“We’re calling it an epidemic. It’s statewide in New Jersey and I think it’s in Pennsylvania as well, from everything we can tell.” Cape May Prosecutor Robert Taylor said.
On Monday, Governor Corbett signed three bills spurred by the Jerry Sandusky scandal and now two more – dealing with mandated reporting of child abuse – are headed to his desk.
Two former associates of Gov. Chris Christie do not have to hand over documents to a legislative committee investigating the traffic jam scandal engulfing the governor, a New Jersey judge ruled Wednesday.
But several members of the US Senate Judiciary Committee were skeptical.
Jay Stout, 54, and his “Flying Tigers” company, based at the Donegal Springs Airport, were found guilty by a federal jury in Philadelphia of cheating customers and endangering lives.
Mayor Michael Nutter says it’s all part of the planned revitalization of once-elegant Chestnut Street.