Philly School's Budget Okay For Now, Though Future Looks GrimA preliminary version of the School District budget projects enough money for next year, but growing deficits looming after that.
Montco Woman Found Guilty For Aggravated Assault Of Neighbor, 96A Montgomery County jury took more than 12 hours to find a 35-year-old East Norriton woman charged with attacking her elderly neighbor guilty of aggravated assault and involuntary manslaughter -- but NOT guilty of third degree murder.
Movie Review: 'Wilson'When Woody Harrelson is on his game, which is most of the time, he is a proficient actor in big parts and small, as easy to enjoy as he is to believe.
SEPTA Looking To Buy Dozens Of New Rail Cars From Chinese ManufacturerSEPTA staff recommends acquiring 45 bi-level coaches from CRRC, a subsidiary of a Chinese manufacturer, based on "technical rating and pricing."
'Very Shocking!': Former Philly DA Reacts To Charges Against Seth WilliamsFormer district attorney Lynne Abraham did not mince words when asked what she thinks should be the current DA's next move.
On Eve Of Critical Vote, South Jersey GOP Congressman Says He'll Oppose Trump Health Care PlanThe House is scheduled to cast a critical vote Thursday on President Trump's health care plan. And a local Republican now says he will vote against it.
Adventure Aquarium Celebrates Button The Hippo's 20th BirthdayThere was a big birthday bash for Button the hippopotamus Wednesday at Adventure Aquarium in Camden.
New National Program Aims To Help African-American Youth ThriveThe Forward Promise organization launched a Philadelphia-based operation on Wednesday aimed at supporting African-American youth.
Prosecution Rests In Trial Of Former Penn State PresidentFormer Penn State President Graham Spanier is charged with child endangerment and conspiracy.
'Hamilton' Cast Member Rehearses With CAPA Students Ahead Of Museum Opening GalaStudents from the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts are partnering with Actor Sydney James Harcourt for the opening of the Philadelphia Museum of the American Revolution.
Fans Flock To Walnut Street As 'Ellen' Takes It OverWalnut Street in Center City was closed between 16th and 17th Streets on Wednesday from several hours for a taping of a segment of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
What's Next In Philly's Drive For Medical Marijuana Program?In Philadelphia, the Department of Licenses and Inspections has handed more than half-a-dozen zoning permits to would-be medical marijuana operators.