The storm has prompted the FAA to issue a ground delay here until midnight because of low ceilings.
Light rain this morning will be changing to snow and the timing just could not be worse.
A tug pulled the Nicolina away from her dock at the Navy Yard just after 3:30 p.m. ending a seven-month odyssey in the Delaware.
If the weather is making you nervous about flying on Wednesday and you want to change your flight, it’s a bit too soon to say whether airlines would waive their change fees.
Longtime KYW traffic reporter John Brown has recently finished a book on his life spent conquering disability.
“None of the cyber charter schools met what the (Pennsylvania education) department’s threshold is for acceptable school performance,” notes the organization’s director of policy research.
The region’s first measurable snowfall brushed the northern and western suburbs of Philadelphia overnight.
Four schools are to be revamped under the district’s “School Redesign Initiative,” which gives teachers, principals, and community groups the opportunity to suggest academic overhauls.
At the Hamilton train station in suburban Trenton, representatives of Health Republic Insurance wore purple shirts as they handed out brochures and reusable shopping bags to commuters.
The rally highlighted a new Pennsylvania law that allows charter school operators a direct appeal if their application is turned down by the SRC.
The Coatesville Area School District says school personnel were unaware that the older brother of a three-year-old boy who was tortured and beaten to death was also being abused.
Waterless Works provides water-free car washes on location. It’s the brainchild of 21-year-old St. Joseph’s University junior Chris Caporale.
A group of school districts, parents, and the NAACP are suing the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, claiming the state’s level of school funding is unconstitutional.
Pennsylvania’s School Performance Profiles give schools 1-to-100 ratings, based largely on standardized tests but also including attendance and graduation rates. Statewide, results were flat.
It’s a four-year pilot at the Jackson and Ziegler schools, using software designed by AIM Academy, of Conshohocken.