The American Bar Association sanctioned and fined Rutgers University School of Law in Camden this week for violating admission standards.
The Urban Youth Mentoring Program held its 11th annual “What It Takes” symposium before a standing room only crowd at the African American Museum this week.
The nonprofit Philadelphia Children’s Alliance is purchasing a mobile camera, tripod, and a laptop computer thanks to a grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation gave two of its “Neighborhood Builders” awards, each accompanied by a $200,000 check, to Tech Impact and the People’s Emergency Center.
The new affordable housing development is the nation’s first LEED-ND “plantinum” development, representing $48 million in federal tax credits and private investment.
Victor Baidal, 9, is a self-proclaimed “old soul.”
Giving Tuesday takes the attention off of the excessive spending on Black Friday and Cyber Monday and refocuses it on giving the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
“Both the Medicaid and the CHIP programs are working together to reduce the number of uninsured children,” says Joan Alker, Executive Director at the Center for Children and Families.
The Waterfront Winterfest is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. through January 5th.
The Santa Express traveled from the 69th Street station to 11th Street, delivering Santa Claus and his posse of elves, as well as hundreds of adoring young fans.
A Center City ministry that serves meals to the homeless had a surprise celebrity guest for a special Thanksgiving Day meal.
For the sixth year, the Christmas Village will bring holiday music and shopping to LOVE Park in Center City beginning on Thanksgiving Day.
Dozens of immigration advocates braved the cold and rain Tuesday to hold an UN-Thanksgiving Day dinner to demand that President Obama immediately stop deportations of undocumented immigrants.
“Operation Warm,” a partnership with Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, raises money for coats for Philadelphia children who need them.
GAP takes phone calls during times of crisis, serves meals, sells used clothing, and directs grandparents to social services that help ease the burden on these aging caregivers.