Mayor Kenney Weighs In On If It's Time For SRC To Dissolve ItselfWith two of its five members resigning, there are renewed calls for the state panel running Philadelphia schools to dissolve itself.
NJ Students Implore Drivers To Slow Down Before Someone Else Is KilledStudents at a South Jersey high school rallied this morning for stricter speed limits on the state's most dangerous road.
City Controller Says Some Mailroom Employees Ripping Off TaxpayersThe City Controller says his video investigation shows employees in the city mail center collecting thousands in pay for time they never worked.
Philadelphia School District Plans For Revamp Of Low-Performing SchoolsThe Philadelphia School District wants to hear what the public thinks before it revamps some of its weaker schools.
Seven Figure Grant Expected To Transform Local High SchoolThe Philadelphia School Partnership liked what it saw at Roxborough High, so the nonprofit is giving the school $1.1 million over the next three years.
Columbus Day No Longer A Holiday For Philly SchoolsMonday, Columbus Day, is a federal holiday. But it will not be a holiday for Philadelphia public schoolchildren.
Tim Kaine Visits Kids At Philadelphia School, Teaches Hardball PoliticsTim Kaine said he didn't think Donald Trump was a good role model for children.
SRC Chair Neff, Commissioner Houstoun Announce Their ResignationsTwo of the five members of the School Reform Commission are out. Commission chair Marge Neff is resigning effective November 3. Commissioner Feather Houstoun is leaving next Friday.
South Philly Teacher Surprised With $25K AwardIt was a life-changing shock for a Philadelphia teacher On Wednesday, as she was the surprise recipient of a $25-thousand Milken Educator Award.
Archdiocese Announces Counseling Help For Those Struggling After Having An AbortionThere's new help available for those struggling after deciding to have an abortion.
Paid Parking Lot Under Ben Franklin Bridge Could Become RealityIt's something that Old City residents have wanted for years.
Deal Allowing Uber, Lyft To Operate Legally In Philly Expires SoonA PPA spokesman says without a deal, look for resumed enforcement this weekend.

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