Former Philadelphia city councilman Bill Green is now officially the chairman of the School Reform Commission.
Some kids are spending their Presidents Day holiday shooting hoops at the iconic venue.
Philadelphia School District Superintendent William Hite has released this year’s version of his blueprint to improve city schools.
The School District of Philadelphia has announced it will now be open three days, April 15, 16, 17, originally designated for spring break.
On some hilly roads, SEPTA may wind up suspending bus service anyway as the storm worsens.
First, LaMont Ferrell and Darrin Pearsall had to convince their former coach, John Chaney, that it was okay to do a documentary on his life.
If you have been using Philadelphia Parking Authority “smart cards” to pay for parking at meters and kiosks around the city, get ready to change back to change.
The new temporary ramp that opened last weekend, connecting northbound Rt. 42 to northbound I-295, includes a median that keeps traffic flowing by eliminating the need to merge.
Everywhere you look, tree branches and fallen limbs litter the roadsides.
As of 1:30pm Wednesday, the utility listed about 624,000 homes and businesses without electricity.
The state senate approved the nominations of City Councilman Bill Green to be SRC chair, and Farah Jimenez to be an SRC member.
DA Seth Williams says that after an investigation that lasted nearly two years, the grand jury concluded it could not recommend criminal charges against anyone in this case.
The plan from the Philadelphia Democrats would generate $300 million for schools statewide, including $90 million more for Philadelphia.
State Senator Vincent Hughes says the Philadelphia delegation is proposing spending $300 million more on schools, without a tax increase.
Cyber-charters do have some physical locations, and students at the Achievement House cyber-charter resource center in Chester, Pa. viewed a virtual rally on their laptops.