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The Philadelphia Streets Department will do the painting, and Philly Pride will be responsible for the upkeep.
Tredyffrin Township police arrested 34-year-old Max Lamping, of Abrams Court in Wayne, Pa., this morning.
Developer Bart Blatstein’s plans to redevelop the shopping mall at Caesars Casino, in Atlantic City, are back on track.
There are seven ski resorts in the Poconos, and six of them are still open, at least through this weekend.
As deputy mayor for transportation and public utilities, Cutler has overseen major aspects of Philadelphia government: potholes, trash collection, recycling, bicycle lanes, the Philadelphia Gas Works, bridges, the airport, and the water department, among others.
The choir was formed 30 years ago by a Canadian relief worker who found it hard to get people interested in the struggles of African children.
Two groups of students, from Philadelphia and Mongolia, have been working online together to study the effects of global warming. And now, five teens from Mongolia are visiting Philadelphia until the end of this month.
According to the feds, more than 1,000 attendants at both major branded gas stations and independents were due a total of $5.5 million in overtime that was not paid.
This morning, a judge was poised to remove Stephanie Singer from the May 19th Democratic primary ballot, subject to post-trial motions from her attorney.
Police say two would-be robbers got more than they bargained for Thursday night in West Philadelphia when one of their intended victims had his own gun.
The goal: to save money and not have property owners pay too little or too much for property taxes.
If you plan to do some spring cleaning this weekend, there is a local charity that wants your old shoes.
Energy Services Providers will have to pay customers $2.3-million on top of $4.5-million already paid out through mediation on a case-by-case basis.
The poll was conducted by a Washington-based firm called “The Mellman Group” on behalf of Lynne Abraham.
At a special SEPTA board meeting Thursday members of the Religious Leaders Council of Greater Philadelphia commended SEPTA for its efforts to try and prevent the ads.