City commissioners in Wildwood, NJ are poised to vote this evening on an ordinance that, in effect, sets a dress code for the boardwalk.
Warren Reynolds resigned his position as a supervisor in New Garden Township following the police investigation.
Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, engaged Comedy Central’s faux right-wing pundit on Tuesday night’s show.
Mothers of children in the Philadlephia School District are heading to Harrisburg today, armed with thousands of letters from students in hopes of urging lawmakers to support additional funding for the city’s public schools.
City Council and the Nutter Administration have reached agreement on a plan to install video cameras at about 150 recreation centers and playgrounds throughout Philadelphia.
“It’s a violation of our privacy rights, our freedom of association, our due process rights,” says attorney Larry Klayman, who filed the initial lawsuit.
City controller Alan Butkovitz says 40 percent of the 27,000 provisional ballots issued in Philadelphia were due to poll worker mistakes or printing errors.
The charitable arm of Wells Fargo Bank has written a sizeable check to the Logan Community Development Corporation to help it create its first-ever neighborhood plan.
Rep. Scott Petri (R-Bucks County) is the sponsor of one the bills that got committee approval, a measure providing a definition of child abuse.
Democrats are vowing to take any opportunity to try to force a vote and one of those opportunities came in the state House yesterday. Democrats tried to offer a Medicaid amendment to the budget.
City Council members on Wednesday are expected to give initial approval to the operating budget, and they’ve already approved a new cigarette tax. But they appear unlikely to move on a proposal to hike the liquor-by-the-drink tax from ten to fifteen percent.
Candidates came with a thousand names on a petition to take part in the upcoming special election.
Camden County freeholder Jeff Nash says Newton Lake needs to be cleared of algae because otherwise, the lake will slowly fill in.
Toomey isn’t pushing for a particular new policy but says he’s been told that the current lower age limit of 12 for adult lung transplants is arbitrary.
Philadelphia City Council is launching its own probe of last week’s fatal center city building collapse, though its review will focus on the broad issues of regulations and licensing governing demolitions.