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Hite is declining the bonus that goes with the good report card he received from the School Reform Commission.
And the final work is now a full-scale, professional production, at the National Constitution Center through July.
Commuters who use four bridges between New Jersey and Pennsylvania could soon pay less in tolls.
Crews had initially been dispatched to the area to search for Boyer on Wednesday, after his friends said he didn’t make it to shore while swimming in the lake.
Pennsylvania state police say the boy slipped on rocks and fell into the fast-moving river in Warwick Township, on Wednesday afternoon.
Authorities say the shooting happened around 1:26 p.m. on the 2800 block of Orthodox Street.
Privatization is a top priority for leaders of the Republican-controlled House. The question now is, how might the liquor veto affect budget negotiations?
A Dodge Journey van was the first wheelchair-accessible vehicle (WAV) to hit the road since 50 new WAV taxi medallions were sold by the PPA.
Hosts for Hospitals, based in Gladwyne, maintains a network of families who offer their homes as a place for patients and family members who come from out of town for specialized care at hospitals in the Greater Philadelphia area.
The owners of a popular Jersey shore pizza restaurant chain have admitted evading taxes and lying to the IRS.
Dom discussed fireworks being regulated to compensate soldiers with PTSD, an awkward question for parents during a kindergarten enrollment questionnaire. At 9:47, Mike Turzai joined discussing the Pennsylvania budget, Millenials having a majority to leave America. At 10, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters joined discussing his new book Valley of the Shadow. At 11, State Senator John Rafferty joined discussing his campaign for PA Attorney General.
Come this fall, the Philadlephia Union won’t be playing in PPL Park anymore.
A Philadelphia attorney has opened what he says is the first LGBTQ divorce firm.
A troubled Philadelphia charter school is shutting down, rather than continue a court battle to get the SRC to renew its charter.