The Philadelphia School Partnership has commitments of $52 million toward its goal of $100 million to help expand opportunities at schools it says are doing it right — whether they are public, private or charter.
Chris talks to CBS 3’s Dray Clark about the latest on the investigation to find the killers of Officer Moses Walker. He also recounts his evening judging Philly’s Funniest at Helium Comedy Club, and talks to a former Democratic Congressman Artur Davis, who will be speaking at the Republican National Convention.
According to Romney, Obama has taken away a number of work requirements from the federal welfare regulations. Republicans believe that Obama’s executive measure on welfare funding to states makes it easier for non-working people get a free government check.
How dare Harry Reid, the Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate, spew his latest unsubstantiated rumors against Mitt Romney?
One would think that Obama and his White House would want to keep the name Solyndra as far from the headlines as possible. Yet, President Obama is rubbing elbows with key players in the Solyndra stimulus disaster at a high-priced fundraiser where donors paid $35,800-per-person.
Fundraising continues for a national museum that tells the story of the creation of America.
Seven United Way chapters are forming the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, effective July 1st.
The Atlantic City Restaurant Week preview party was a big success–not just for restaurants and diners, but for several local nonprofits.
A West Philadelphia high school is finding creative ways to raise funds to keep its award winning athletic programs afloat.
Chris hosts a debate on whether or not to privatize Pennsylvania’s state run liquor stores, he talks to Judge Andrew Napolitano about his new book and updates the latest with the Occupy Wall Street Protests.
There’s a new way to help homeless animals, and yourself as well.
A town is working together to raise money for a neighborhood park. In Moorestown, New Jersey, hundreds of residents are rolling up their sleeves to help.
One of this area’s most prolific political fund raisers has died.
Almost 14,000 people joined in the Walk Now For Autism Speaks in Philadelphia Saturday, with the hopes of raising money and increase awareness about the widespread disability.