Community College of Philadelphia
After Ryan Fitch’s arraignment Thursday afternoon, his parents told KYW Newsradio that they planned on coming up with the required $25,000 to get him out of jail.
Ryan Fitch, 23, of Northeast Philadelphia is scheduled to appear in court Thursday morning.
Police say a student pulled a gun on classmate during a confrontation inside a classroom at Community College of Philadelphia Wednesday afternoon, which lead to an evacuation of the school.
Reports of an armed man on campus sent shock waves throughout the student body.
Students at the Community College of Philadelphia face a possible tuition increase next fall unless the city and the state chip in more.
The Philadelphia Prison System project will give prisoners — or, as Mayor Michael Nutter refers to them, clients — the green jobs training and skills they need to reenter society one day.
According to a budget overview obtained by KYW Newsradio, additional money for inspectors will “strengthen demolition controls to ensure safe public and private demolitions.”
Law and Society Week covers a wide variety of topics such as the death penalty and cyber security, and will feature a number of guests at different events held at the school this week.
The Community College of Philadelphia kicks off its 15th annual Law and Society Week Monday.
The African American Children’s Book Fair, which offers thousands of unique books all in one place, is a week away.
Whether it’s Spanish, Italian, Korean, Farsi or Chinese Mandarin, Philadelphia has an institution that can help you learn the language skill you are seeking.
Recent data from the US Department of Education shows that roughly 36 million Americans between age 16 and 65 lack basic literacy, math and problem solving skills, putting American adult skill levels far below the international average.
The college is opening a coin art exhibit showcasing the works of Gilroy Roberts of Upper Darby. He carved Kennedy’s face for the half dollar.
The funding crisis has caused the Philadelphia school district to slash the number of college guidance counselors.
After Nehemiah Davis became successful as a young businessman, his mother urged him to give back to his community. He’s never stopped.