New Report Identifies Philadelphia's Poorest DemographicResearch shows that about 400,000 city residents, including 37 percent of the city's children, are living below the federal poverty level.
Philadelphia Takes Serious Look At Homeless Youth, Hope For Ending ItThe study by researchers from a University of Chicago program found 569 people, between 13 and 25, as homeless or unstably housed in the city.
Job Fair Saturday At New Bancroft Facility In Burlington CountyFive hundred jobs all told are coming to the new Bancroft campus on Walton Avenue. Given that they deal primarily with special needs children, the job specs are pretty specific.
PA Senate Approves Local Police Radar BillAfter years of trying, supporters got a local police radar bill through the Senate in the last session of the legislature, only to have it die in the House.
PA Speaker Turzai Announces Run For GovernorAllegheny County Republican Mike Turzai, the speaker of the House, made his announcement in a slickly-produced video on his campaign website.
Kenney Administration Releases Plan To Reduce Philly's Carbon FootprintThe plan outlines steps that can be taken to reduce carbon output by 80 percent over the next three decades.
Small Town Mayor Announces Bid For Lieutenant Governor Of PennsylvaniaFetterman who announced his candidacy Tuesday morning says his work as mayor of the small town translates perfectly into Lieutenant governor for the entire state.
Temple Hosts Undefeated UCF In Home Finale SaturdayThe Owls picked up a nice road win last time out on Friday when they beat Cincinnati, 35-24.
Jury Reaches Swift Verdict In Germantown Love Triangle ShootingThis case was a re-trial, after a mistrial was declared on the same charges last year.
Delaware County Golf Club Lands 2 Major PGA Tournaments Over Next DecadePGA executives gathered before the cameras in the Aronimink clubhouse to say that the historic club in Newtown Square will now host two majors.
Wolf To Back Off On LCB Borrowing PlanShortly after a state board Tuesday morning approved the legislature’s plan to borrow against future tobacco settlement payments, a spokesman for Governor Wolf said he intends to scuttle another borrowing plan to help balance the state budget.
Jury Deliberates After Love Triangle Leaves Teen Bystander Shot In GermantownThe nearly three-week long trial weaves a tangled web, involving a 38-year-old corrections officer, Duval Nelson, and his 19-year-old girlfriend, Elizabeth Brown.

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