The City of Philadelphia has been ordered to pay hefty legal fees to the local Boy Scouts chapter, which was involved in a federal trial over the national Boy Scouts’ controversial policy of banning gays.
The man credited as being this country’s first gay rights activist, and who made Philadelphia a base for his fight, has died.
Companies that get big contracts with the city of Philadelphia could soon have to offer health benefits to same-sex partners of their workers.
A Boy Scouts chapter that won the right to ban gays from its city-owned headquarters at a federal trial in Philadelphia said it has negotiated a deal to end the decade-long dispute with city officials.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Mayor Nutter joined members of the city’s gay and lesbian community in a flag raising on Wednesday: a rainbow flag, now flying at City Hall in honor of LGBT History Month. The […]
The Doylestown Borough council has passed an ordinance that protects the rights of the borough’s gay and lesbian citizens.
KYW Newsradio Team Coverage KYW’s Steve Tawa reports the local chapter of the Boy Scouts has prevailed in its federal case against the city of Philadelphia. The city cannot evict the Boy Scouts from their […]