That’s when Tom Drago, the District’s tech directory, was accused of snooping through administrators’ computers and of recording a meeting with employees without their knowledge.
Earlier this month, Monsignor William Lynn was released from state prison, where he’d been housed for 18 months after being charged with child endangerment.
Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams stopped by a Northeast middle school on Monday to talk about a hot topic. He made the students “deputies” against bullying.
It’s a scenario that Dorothy Johnson-Speight hears over and over from members of the group she founded, Mothers in Charge.
Employees at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children organized a Black History Celebration Luncheon Friday.