Philly Woman Honored By White House For Helping Girls Of ColorHer efforts are tied to a major White House initiative.
Teachers Learning About Law, Government In PhiladelphiaEducators from across the country are in town to take part in the National Teachers Law School.
New Reality Series About Philly Vet Students Set To DebutThe show is called "Life at Vet U."
SEPTA Looking For Women To Join WorkforceThe transit agency will stage the "Women Building SEPTA" career fair.
CJC Judges Hire Attorney To Look Into Elevator Safety In BuildingJudges who work there want a second opinion.
Conference Brings Thousands Of Female Leaders To PhiladelphiaThe 13th annual Pennsylvania Conference for Women returns next week.
Legions Of Springsteen Fans Spend Time With The Boss In PhillyIt was a sold-out photo-op Thursday at the Free Library.
Music Mixes With Finance Lessons At Area School ConcertsA Rock 'n' Roll nonprofit financial literacy concert series made stops at several schools across the area.
Goodbye Gallery, Hello Fashion Outlets Of PhiladelphiaThis is the next step in reviving one of the neighborhoods lagging behind the times in Center City.
SCOPA Gives Poor Defendants Right To Sue For Underfunded DefenseThe ruling gives poor defendants a right to sue for lack of adequate counsel before going to court.
Addressing Aging Sewer Lines In CheltenhamBecause the lines are cracked or falling apart, in heavy rains, they can back-up and overflow into a near-by creek.
Deal Allowing Uber, Lyft To Operate Legally In Philly Expires SoonA PPA spokesman says without a deal, look for resumed enforcement this weekend.