A man convicted of sex trafficking young women – from Philadelphia to Atlantic City and elsewhere – tried to explain his actions at sentencing, and did himself no favors.
The issues include sick leave and the mayor’s final budget, but it may be the coming May primary that dominates the next few months.
Those out there shoveling snow this winter should do so with caution.
State officials are now taking a hard look at whether the city-owned utility should speed up the replacement of aging gas mains.
PennDOT crews are bracing for more icy conditions on the roads though the overnight hours.
“Anything from historians, curators, administrative positions, executive directors at the various museums and theaters — really anything that falls under arts and culture,” says John McInerney of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.
A candlelight vigil was held Saturday evening for Bernard Ray, a 39-year old found shot to death in his car earlier this month.
Now through Monday, Eastern State Penitentiary is hosting a program called “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”
A victory celebration was held Saturday at a West Kensington church where an undocumented immigrant called home for nearly 60 days.
A decision could come within a few weeks on whether the Democratic National Committee will choose Philadelphia to host its 2016 nominating convention.
The Army Corps of Engineers can proceed with awarding contracts for the construction of storm-protective sand dunes on the beach in Margate, despite the objections of residents and city officials who don’t want them.
Today is the deadline for getting coverage that begins in February.
Some credit card companies are now giving consumers free FICO scores so they can track their credit. But is it worth it to switch cards to get such a perk?
State Senate President Steve Sweeney hopes to address needs a decade or two down the line.
Staffers at the school will cast secret ballots to decide whether to be represented by the American Federation of Teachers.