City Officials Looking To Improve Students' 'Out Of School Time'Philadelphia is taking a new approach to providing students with activities when they're not in school.
Kenney Aims To Create Jobs for Vocational Students Through Rebuild ProgramPhiladelphia city, school and labor officials met on Wednesday in an effort to get vocational students jobs in the huge capital program the city is about to embark upon.
Mayor Kenney Fighting For Sanctuary City StatusPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney fears a state bill to punish so-called sanctuary cities more than Donald Trump's executive order on the matter.
Mayor Kenney Believes Sessions AG Confirmation Will Set Back Police-Community TrustOn Wednesday, the United States Senate confirmed President Donald Trump's appointment of Senator Jeff Sessions to be the nation's Attorney General.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | February 7Chris discussed the Democrats protesting the confirmation of Betsy DeVos, an assault in Rittenhouse Square and the size for the Super Bowl audience. At 7:20, he spoke to Val DiGiorgio, the new Chairman of the Pennsylvania GOP.
Local Official Joins Opposition Against Soda TaxA group of Pennsylvania legislators, including three from Philadelphia, are siding with the beverage industry in the suit against the city's sweetened beverage tax.
Kenney Administration Hires New Lobbying Firm To Represent City's Interests In State CapitalBuchanan Ingersoll Rooney will replace the Kinser Group, which represented the city for eight years under the Nutter administration, a job the company principal describes as "exhausting."
Mayor Kenney Begins Making Peace With Philly BusinessesA rift between Mayor Kenney and the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, over a new anti-wage-discrimination law, seems to be healing.
Philadelphia School Progress Report Shows ImprovementThe Philadelphia School District's report card on itself is out, showing a modest improvement.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | January 31Chris discussed Donald Trump firing acting Attorney General Sally Yates for not enforcing his executive order, a bishop punched in the face during a mass and Philadelpha Mayor Jim Kenney's argument against repealing Obamacare. At 8:20, he spoke with Dr Lawrence Schlachter about his views on the nominee for HHS Secretary, Tom Price.
New Urgent Healthcare Center Opens Its Doors In South PhiladelphiaVybe Urgent Care has four centers throughout Philadelphia, and earlier today they opened their latest one on Broad Street.
Protesters Gather At Philadelphia InternationalHundreds gathered for a protest inside the International Hall at Philadelphia International Airport Saturday night.