94WIP and Philadelphia thanks the Taney Dragons on Twitter, following their heart-breaking eliminating loss.
One of the most unusual tax battles in Philadelphia history has come to an end.
The defense alleges no wrongdoing by the Mayor but wants testimony and evidence from the city’s Chief Executive and other top city and L & I officials for the defense.
Mayor Nutter repeated not only that the city was up to the task of hosting the convention, but also that it won’t cost local taxpayers a dime.
It’s an even dozen for Philadelphia’s “Empowerment Centers” which offer free guidance to city residents on balancing budgets and making ends meet.
About twenty members of the DNC site selection committee are in town today and tomorrow.
Official Philly is pulling out all the stops. It wants the Democratic National Convention in 2016 and it wants it badly.
Mayor Nutter says he’ll do his best to avoid cuts to city services, as he attempts to close a new $70 million dollar deficit caused by a new contract award for police officers.
Mayor Nutter says his just-completed, six-day trip to France did not take him away from running the city.
Mayor Nutter is in France for the next six days for a trip that officials say is aimed at promoting French investment in Philadelphia.
Chris discusses Michael Nutter’s apology for the WaWa Welcome America 4th of July concert. Chris also talks about Jon Stewart’s softball questions for Hillary Clinton. Roxy an Australian Cattle Dog is this weeks Piazza Pet of the Week.
As Community Rallies Around Victims And Their Families, Mayor Nutter Visits Firehouse That Responded To Gesner Street Blaze
Late Thursday afternoon, Mayor Michael Nutter and Deputy Mayor Everett Gillison visited the neighborhood firehouse near where four children died in a recent fire.
The mayor says Governor Corbett is using Philadelphia children as pawns to get other state issues approved, in order for the schools to get more funding.
City officials and the young companies they checked out agree that Philadelphia has emerged as a ‘start-up hub.’
Nutter twice, in 2011 and 2013, sided with the business community by vetoing measures that would have required local companies to offer workers paid sick leave.