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The Nutter administration has created a new pharmacy network for about 5,400 non-unionized city workers that uses pharmacies (and pharmacy chains) that don’t sell tobacco products.
When a problem such as chronic illness or unemployment leaves the resident with an inability to pay taxes for a time, the trouble may compound.
City Council president Darrell Clarke says his staff’s internal review should be concluded by next week.
“I have made a choice and that’s my private choice,” said Anthony Clark, chairman of the panel that oversees Philadelphia’s election process. “Thank you very much.”
City Council president Darrell Clarke calls them “entrepreneurs,” those folks who set up a folding table on a sidewalk to sell everything from handbags to CDs to incense.
“It enhances protections for whisteblowers by strengthening confidentiality provisions, to prevent retaliation, and to ensure that employees feel comfortable reporting misconduct,” Nutter said.
By Amy E. Feldman PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – What’s civil forfeiture? It’s a set of laws that have been called an assault on your property rights. A class action lawsuit was filed this month against the […]
The global construction management firm has been based in Willingboro and, later, Marlton, NJ since its founding by Irv Richter in 1976.
By contrast, the 311 for the rest of us operates only 12 hours a day, and only Mondays through Fridays.
The City of Philadelphia held a patriotic ceremony today in Old City today to remember the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks thirteen years ago.
District Council 33 — representing nearly 10,000 current and former blue-collar city workers — has overwhelmingly ratified its new contract with the city — a contract that took five contentious years to negotiate.
“We’ve gotten to a place where it is out of the criminal realm,” says the Kenney said today.
The Nutter administration has struck a new, seven-year deal with the city’s largest municipal workers’ union, District Council 33, in a contract dispute that has dragged on since 2009.
One of the most unusual tax battles in Philadelphia history has come to an end.
The mayor says the interim cuts imposed now to allow schools to open on time will, in his view, affect learning.