MLB Exec Optimistic About Acceptance, Support Of Openly Gay PlayersWould Major League Baseball and its fans accept an openly gay player? Billy Bean, MLB's vice president for social responsibility and inclusion, says maybe someday.
North Philadelphia Movie Theater Closes, Plans For New Theater Take ShapeAfter a decade of showing first-run films, the Pearl Theatre at Broad and Oxford closed its doors over the weekend.
West Philly School Faces Big Changes To Start YearIt'll be an entirely new staff and management at what was Huey Elementary.
School Founded On Second Chances Opens Soon In KensingtonThe Liguori Academy applied to be a charter school two years ago.
New Option On The Way For Regional Rail Riders Affected By Train Car ShortageWith much of its regional rail fleet still sidelined, SEPTA is planning express bus service.
Mayor Kenney Predicts Some School Workers Will Be Welcomed With Open ArmsMayor Kenney gave a pep talk to the point people of his community schools initiative.
Move In Day For Seminarians At St. Charles BorremeoForty-five new seminarians wearing black ties carried suitcases and boxes into St. Charles Seminary to begin the path toward priesthood.
Camden County Unveils New Tool In Effort To Control MosquitoesCamden County has launched a web tool for residents to report standing water and other locations where mosquitoes are breeding.
Philly Police Give Crime-Prevention Tips To Temple StudentsPolice in North Philadelphia have advice for Temple students, especially those living off-campus.
Summer Vacation Already Over For Some Philly StudentsIt's the middle of August but school bells were ringing this morning for some Philadelphia students.
Police Arrest One, Searching For Second Suspect In Home Invasion RobberiesPhiladelphia police have one man in custody, and they're looking for a second in connection with a string of home invasion robberies targeting Asian businesses.
Kids In Summer Program Question Mayor Kenney On Topics From Gun Violence To His Favorite MovieThe Guardian Civic League's summer enrichment program keeps 35 kids sharp for school, says director Cheryl McClendon.