City Holds Free Economic Empowerment ConferenceThe free event runs until 4 p.m. today.
Mayor Kenney Urges Young People To Vote At Community College Of Philadelphia EventAnd he wants everyone to drag their friends and loved ones to the polls as well.
Community College Of Philadelphia Welcomes Former ITT Tech StudentsThe Community College of Philadelphia opens its arms to students who fell victim to the sudden closure of a popular for-profit institution.
CCP To Build New 11-Story Residential Building To Attract International StudentsThe Community College of Philadelphia is building two new huge residential towers to boost international enrollment.
Vice President Biden, Second Lady Visit CCP To Push Plan For Free College TuitionVice President Joe Biden and the Second Lady, Dr. Jill Biden, used Philadelphia Community College as the backdrop Monday to roll-out their push for free college tuition.
Vice President Biden, Dr. Jill Biden To Speak At Community College Of PhiladelphiaJoe and Jill Biden are appearing in support of the Obama administration's ongoing efforts to make college more affordable.
Conference At Community College Of Philadelphia Aims To Tackle PovertyA South Philadelphia nonprofit implemented a new solution to poverty and will host several political leaders at a conference Wednesday hoping the dynamic approach sticks.
Hundreds Gather For Annual African American Children's Book Fair In Center CityThousands of books were up for grabs as vendors tables lines wrapped around the room.
CCP Recognizing Special Group Of Non-Traditional StudentsCommunity College of Philadelphia is recognizing a group of special students for their perseverance in their studies. These are not traditional college students.
Charles Ramsey: 'I'm Not Burnt Out, I'm Not Tired'Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey says he is not ready to retire and will take on a national policing role when he leaves his post in January.
Philadelphia Community College Protester: Police Getting Killed Is 'Part of Their Job'Andrea Haulcoch, from the Revolutionary Student Coordinating Committee at Philadelphia Community College, says the risk of police being killed is 'part of their job.'
Back To Business At CCP Following Tuesday’s LockdownStudents and staff were just trying to get back in to their normal routines after Tuesday's lockdown forced the Community College of Philadelphia to close early.

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