One of Philadelphia’s longest running events returns this weekend, and Mayor Nutter joined organizers for a preview.
Mayor Nutter knows being a meteorologist is a tough job — particularly when mayors and school administrators are relying on your forecast to make crucial decisions.
A bust in this “no-storm” isn’t just disappointing for snow lovers. Many businesses have been affected by this forecast “faux pas.”
City Council President Darrell Clarke says council has every intention of working with Mayor Nutter this year.
State officials are now taking a hard look at whether the city-owned utility should speed up the replacement of aging gas mains.
It was a policy wonk’s delight this past week, as Mayor Nutter released a 24-page presentation comparing his tenure as mayor to the three previous mayors.
Local business leaders are busy asking for private donations so they can send students to see the movie “Selma” for free.
A decision could come within a few weeks on whether the Democratic National Committee will choose Philadelphia to host its 2016 nominating convention.
Nutter attributes the lower numbers not just to good policing, but also to cooperation from community groups that represent the city’s minority residents.
Mayor Nutter says what probably bothered Eagles fans most was not that Governor Christie was rooting for his team, the Cowboys, but that he seemed to be flaunting it on national television.
Philadelphia Housing Authority officials have broken ground on a low-rise affordable housing complex in Germantown.
CBS 3 has learned all Philadelphia Police Officers will hear a message from Mayor Michael Nutter before hitting the streets.
Philadelphia’s ban on smoking in public places is now seven years old and City Council finds itself in a quandary over whether to grant exemptions to four bars that want patrons to be able to light up.
A number of city officials and key employees will be pushing back planned retirements next year because of all that’s needed for the Pope’s visit.
Mayor Nutter says there’s no conflict between city schools getting millions from the new $2-a-pack tax on cigarettes, and the Health Department’s effort to convince local stores to stop selling cigarettes.