A number of job training programs are now in place, but they only go so far, according to Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian.
Mayor Nutter’s plan to hike property taxes 9% for more school funding continues to draw skepticism from City Council members.
The board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority has given a thumbs-up to a system called Pango, a free smartphone app that allows you to feed the meter (or kiosk) with your cell phone.
Casey says Positive Train Control could have prevented the fatal derailment of Amtrak 188.
Eli Zebooker, a retired center city dentist, was the oldest man in attendance. He is a spry 102.
The DRPA’s latest study suggests that reopening the station under Franklin Square, near 6th and Race Streets, wouldn’t increase ridership all that much but would enhance the area’s economy.
Nutter formally endorsed Kenney, despite Kenney’s frequent criticisms of Nutter’s administration.
The New Jersey Ethics Commission asked the state attorney general for an opinion on how far Christie’s executive order requiring financial disclosure actually goes. The six-page opinion does not address the tickets specifically.
State Senator Vincent Hughes is starting with a tour today of some parts of Philadelphia in desperate need of rebuilding.
Gov. Chris Christie has sign an executive order aimed at better protecting the state from cybersecurity threats.
The program at Isabel Miller Community Center includes skill-building tips on health and wellness, career readiness, and family bonding.
STEM, of course, stands for science, technology, engineering, and math.
The White House says every tweet to or from the president’s account is archived permanently for possible future review.
La Salle Political Science professor Dr. Mary Ellen Balchunis told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning host that she not only expects Kenney to win the election this November, but is already predicting a second term.
Jim Kenney wasn’t the only winner on Primary Day in Philadelphia. Education had a big night, too.