It’s been one month since 29-year-old Malisha Jessie was shot twice in the head in the Tioga section of Philadelphia and left dead in the street, and no one has come forward with information.
The sister and the best friend of a slain New York State woman have teamed up to offer free SAT test prep services for kids who need it.
A coalition of civil rights groups kicked off a new campaign at a rally Saturday at the First United Church of Germantown.
Since October, the Social Security Administration has closed three of its offices in the Philadelphia region: Jenkintown, Woodland Avenue, and, as of last week, the office at 15th and Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
But even as the American public becomes more accepting of the LGBT community, Pennsylvania has been slow to make a move when it comes to same-sex marriage or to expand LGBT civil rights.
Presented by the Gershman Y, the nine-day festival will showcase the musical amalgamations of artists of Jewish ancestry from around the world.
John and Evelyn Dodds run the Philadelphia Unemployment Project, and three months ago took on a new role: temporary guardians to a newborn baby girl.
Philabundance uses about 16,000 volunteers each year to sort and pack food. Every month hundreds help pack more than 10,000 boxes of food for senior citizens.
The Mural Arts Program has announced a new project that takes art “beyond the wall.”
The ACLU of Pennsylvania filed a federal lawsuit against Norristown yesterday afternoon, challeging an ordinance it says punishes innocent tenants and their landlords for requesting assistance from police.
Under the state’s implied consent law, DUI suspects had to submit to blood tests or lose their driving privileges for a year.
Peggy Dolan turned tragedy into triumph 36 years ago after she lost her six-year-old daughter, Kelly, to a rare form of leukemia.
The historic school is one of nearly two dozen Philadelphia public schools slated to close at the end of the academic term.
About 100 protesters marched from Philadelphia City Hall to Corbett’s regional office at Broad and Walnut Streets, demanding that he agree to expand Medicaid to cover an additional 700,000 uninsured Pennsylvanians.
The Philadelphia Science Festival kicks off Thursday night, covering everything from astronomy to zombies.
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