The Fraternal Order of Police is backing a bill that would prevent release of the names of police officers involved in shootings, while the investigation is going on.
Days after Pope Francis leaves Philadelphia, SEPTA’s General Manager Joe Casey is retiring.
The giant Phillies cap that adorned the William Penn statue for the 1993 World Series can be yours. It’s being auctioned on eBay.
AT&T and Verizon together have invested $45-million to add cell-service infrastructure along the Ben Franklin Parkway. Each says the upgrades will quadruple capacity.
In the coming weeks, the state education department is expected to release the results of last year’s PSSA exams, given to 3rd through 8th graders. And the scores are expected to take a substantial drop.
The newly-built outlet center off of Route 42 in Blackwood houses 90 retailers, including Reebok, Columbia Sportswear and Vera Bradley.
The state Supreme Court is going to take up the issue of whether the School Reform Commission had the power to cancel its teachers contract.
The city’s WorkReady program saw 1,600 young adults spending the last six weeks learning what it was like to work in the “real world” in jobs coordinated by the Urban Affairs Coalition.
Maroon 5 rocks the beach in Atlantic City this Sunday, and Rascal Flatts plays next Thursday. As many as 50,000 fans are expected to buy tickets to each show.
A federal indictment says a former Philly 311 employee and a co-worker schemed to make and sell more than 2,000 counterfeit monthly SEPTA TransPasses.
With no sign of an end to the budget impasse ending, Democratic state representative Pam DeLissio says schoolchildren have a lot at stake.
From city managing director to head of the School Reform Commission, Pedro Ramos says he’s probably seen as much of the city as any resident.
Preliminary plans for a huge commercial and retail complex are on the drawing board once again.
The Wednesday afternoon train was one of 12 refurbished cars in Patco’s fleet.
The Delaware River Port Authority, which operates the Ben, says the righthand westbound lane will remain closed around the clock until September 5th.