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District attorney jack Whelan and the Delaware County Council want officers in their jurisdiction to be able to carry naloxone, also known as Narcan, a drug which can reverse a heroin, oxycontin, or other opiate overdose.
Corbett’s move will maintain about $60 to $65 in average monthly food assistance for 400,000 low-income Pennsylvania families.
Members of labor unions representing various groups of Philadelphia municipal workers marched around City Hall both before and after Mayor Nutter’s budget address, to push their concerns.
The attack was caught on video, which led to the identification and arrest of the suspect.
A South Jersey theatre company is looking for a little help before funding issues get out of hand.
Nutter boasted that his $4+ billion spending plan includes no tax increases, but he warned that something must be done to meet the school district’s latest request for an additional $75 million in city funding.
Jazz is king at one Upper West Side bistro.
Will the younger members of the audience get all the irreverently skewed historical references? No. Does that matter? Not really.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on a new food market/restaurant coming to Old City, a new cookbook by a Philadelphia author, and the Red Cross’ annual ball.
This dispiriting, noirish crime thriller is tall on crime and short on thrills.
To mark “Read Across America Day,” Danza (standing) read to first graders at Fox Chase Elementary School.
Father Andrew McCormick took the witness stand to say he never sexually molested a former altar boy who is now 26 years old. A prosecutor recounted reprimands the priest had received over improper conduct.
Archbishop Charles Chaput, the spiritual leader of more than one million Catholics in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, was principal celebrant of a mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, on Logan Circle.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie visited Camden, NJ to help officials break ground for a charter school on a site where a public school once stood.
Forty-four Drexel students will attempt to break the record for the largest “Rube Goldberg”-style device.