The Nutter Administration plans a press briefing this week, as well as a sit-down with business leaders to provide some guidance.
Mayor Nutter said his career in public service is due entirely to the progress that began with the 1965 passage of the Voting Rights Act.
CEO Cassandra Bailey of Slice Communications, who graduated from the intensive business education program last year, told the 20 new graduates she has hired four new people, and grew net operating revenue by 1,300% last year.
Rich discussed Planned Parenthood, cats running for President and Kid Rock firing back at Al Sharpton. He also discussed forgiving Pete Rose, Bill Cosby art exhibit and whether Americans prefer vacation time or more money.
The first stop for Mayor Nutter is the city of Frankfurt, Germany, which is establishing a Sister City relationship with Philadelphia.
The emblem honoring Fire Captain Michael Goodwin Sr., Firefighter Joyce Craig, and Police officers Moses Walker Jr. and Robert Wilson III now sits prominently on the hood of the 2nd Alarmers rapid response vehicle, which offers water, fans and other forms of support at emergency scenes.
Mayor Nutter had some choice words for republican presidential candidate and reality TV star Donald Trump this week.
The report says the improvement comes after increases in smoking prevalence between 2000 and 2008.
Mayor Michael Nutter and other delegates are off on another trip to Rome to discuss logistics for the World Meeting of Families.
Philadelphia City Council adjourned for the summer this past week after rejecting some key initiatives of Mayor Nutter.
It’s a day of reflection and hope. An event commemorated the second anniversary of the building collapse that took place on the corner of 22nd and Market Street.
Controversy is growing over Mayor Nutter’s plan to purchase land in the Northeast, potentially for a new prison. In the face of that, he seems to be trying to distance himself from the idea of a new jail house.
Owners Of Small Businesses Seek Local Funding For Renovations, Citing Federal Rigmarole Makes Process Too Expensive
A federally funded Storefront Improvement Program is facing an uncertain future because newly applied rules are making the projects more costly.
The Philadelphia Fire Department’s controversial policy of temporary fire station closures — known as brownouts — dominated the discussion this past week during City Council’s first chance to question the new Fire Commissioner.
Nutter Creates Panel To Help Tackle Recommendations Contained In US Dept. Of Justice Report On Police
Mayor Nutter has followed through on an Executive Order and named members of an independent civilian oversight board to advance efforts to ‘create a more responsive’ police department that ‘earns the public’s respect.’