30 Years Later, Wall Street Manager Reflects On College Promise To Philly StudentsA Wall Street money manager is looking back at an extraordinary promise he made to a class of Philadelphia sixth-graders, 30 years ago.
Philly School's Budget Okay For Now, Though Future Looks GrimA preliminary version of the School District budget projects enough money for next year, but growing deficits looming after that.
Ben Franklin Parkway Plans Centennial CelebrationInstitutions along the Parkway are announcing more than a year of events to mark its 100th anniversary.
Seven-Figure Grant Aims To Help Train Students To Become Teachers In PhiladelphiaAn influential nonprofit is opening its checkbook to help to develop middle-school math and science teachers in Philadelphia.
Clean Up Continues For SEPTA Following SnowstormTwo days after the snowstorm, it remains an icy challenge for riders trying to get on and off of SEPTA buses.
Creator Of Cult Classic Movie That Made Phoenixville Famous Has DiedJack Harris died Tuesday at the age of 98. He produced the 1958 cult classic, The Blob.
Some Philly Teachers Hold 1-Day Strike In Protest For International Women's DaySeveral Philadelphia schools are seeing big staff shortages, because of today's one-day strike on what's called "A Day Without A Woman."
South Philly High Shows Off Community School Concept For Mayor KenneyAs his administration defends its soda tax in court, Mayor Jim Kenney toured one of the nine so-called "community schools" funded by the tax.
Suspended Teachers File Discrimination Complaint Against Friends' Central SchoolA discrimination complaint has been filed on behalf of the two Friends' Central teachers who were suspended in the flap over a Palestinian speaker.
Sixers Fans React To Season Ticket Price IncreaseSome 76ers fans who have stuck with the team through "the process" now feel like the team is sticking it to them.
Police Investigate After 4 Shot Outside Bar In Mount AiryPolice say an argument inside the 7165 Bar on Germantown Avenue escalated to a fight that spilled outside around 2:30 a.m.
Teacher Raises Money For Billboard That Rips City, School DistrictCentral High School social studies teacher George Bezanis raised $5,000 for the ad on a GoFundMe page.

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