All six of the democratic candidates are on Twitter but some are more active than others.
Mayor Michael Nutter says he “concerned” about allegations that male members of the Philadelphia Fire Department engaged in sexual activity with a female member while on-duty at city firehouses and inside a fire department vehicle.
Saying he will always err to the side of safety, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter is standing by his decision to close government offices Tuesday.
Late Monday night, Mayor Nutter announced all City offices including the Courts are closed Tuesday for non-essential personnel. Philadelphia Public and Archdiocesan schools are also closed on Tuesday.
Leave it to Don Guardian, the feel-good mayor of ailing Atlantic City, to put his city’s woes into context.
The playing field is a bit clearer now that Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke, with just four months remaining before the May primary, has decided against running for Mayor. But could there be a late entrant?
Street says a large part of his platform is to repair community and police relations.
This past weekend brought the annual New York City gathering of local politicos known as the Pennsylvania Society, and the soirees included a fundraiser for Council President Clarke.
Former Republican Mayoral candidate Sam Katz says although it’s not likely, he isn’t ruling out a run as an independent candidate next year.
State Senator Anthony Williams wants the top job in city government.
Alan Butkovitz has decided he will not be running in the next mayoral race.
Lynne Abraham intends to run for mayor of Philadelphia in 2015.
Controversial Toronto mayor Rob Ford danced his heart out inside Toronto’s City Hall on Thursday.
Ocean City officials say they received numerous complaints that the performance by woman in a bikini on a portable stripper pole is inappropriate for the family-friendly boardwalk.
State prosecutors are investigating allegations of campaign finance violations by the mayor of Pennsylvania’s fifth-largest city, Reading.