Temple University’s Art gallery is closing out its community awareness campaign in Mantua today with a funeral for a home.
The campaign for universal access to pre-kindergarten is growing by the thousands and, as advocates across Pennsylvania clear, it could become an issue in November.
The federal government recycles employee computers every other year. But they don’t just toss the used laptops into landfills — they give them to schools.
Mayor Michael Nutter called Dr. Maya Angelou “America’s poet — a woman whose light will be missed.”
Healthy Futures is a three-year, $3-million effort that touches more than 1,000 fourth graders in the five-county area.
Now that same sex marriage is a reality in Pennsylvania, LGBT advocates says they will now focus their efforts on gaining civil rights protection.
“I now pronounce you husband and husband — you may seal your vows with a kiss!” Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper told Oscar Cabrera and Chris DiCapua, the first same-sex couple to marry at Philadelphia City Hall since the ban was overturned.
Now that marriage equality is a reality in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Montco register of wills D. Bruce Hanes is still feeling the pain of his insubordination.
A federal court judge had struck down Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage.
A group of Drexel University dance students spent the past six months partnering with high school students with cerebral palsy and they are counting down to a big performance.
The landmark Brown versus Board of Education decision that de-segregated public education in America turns 60 today.
Five cases are currently pending in courts across Pennsylvania, including one brought by Cara Palladino and Isabelle Barker, who were legally married in another state.
A recent ruling from Pennsylvania’s highest court could have a big impact on your privacy rights during a car stop.
Honor Student Who Claims Genitals Manhandled During Police Patdown Reaches Agreement On Criminal Charges
For months, Mathematics Civics and Sciences Charter School student Darrin Manning faced aggravated assault, simple assault and other charges in connection with a January 7th pat down. But his attorney William Buckman says they’ve hammered out the charges with the DA’s office.
Philippe Holland was left in critical condition following the April 22nd shooting, near 51st Street and Baltimore Avenue. The official word from police was that the shooting may have been the result of a “misunderstanding.”