Say What? Biden, Trump To Attend Same Event In PhiladelphiaVice President Joe Biden and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be in Philadelphia for the same function later this month -- but it's not a political event.
NJ Town Sues Its Own Board Of Education Over Decision To Close SchoolBrown says the closure was never presented to the planning board.
Adopted Siblings To Race In Wheelchair Division of Broad Street RunMichelle and Dan Wheeler have different motivations for taking part in the Broad Street Run.
Coalition Of Education Groups Call On State Legislature To Pony UpA coalition of education groups is calling on the state to increase funding for Pennsylvania's schools.
Vice President Biden, Second Lady Visit CCP To Push Plan For Free College TuitionVice President Joe Biden and the Second Lady, Dr. Jill Biden, used Philadelphia Community College as the backdrop Monday to roll-out their push for free college tuition.
Villanova Basketball Gets Big Assist Upgrading ArenaIt's the largest athletic gift ever to Villanova, and it'll be used to renovate the Pavilion.
Pennsylvania Scales Back Funding To Philadelphia Charter SchoolsThe state has made its annual recalculation of charter school payments, and it's bad news for Philadelphia's charters.
Uber Slapped With Hefty Fine By Pa. RegulatorsUber has been hit with the largest fine ever levied by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.
Hillary Clinton Makes Campaign Stops In PhiladelphiaPresidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took the stage at The Fillmore in Fishtown on Wednesday night.
SRC Member Bill Green Says He's Suing Gov. Wolf In Attempt To Win Back His PositionShortly after taking office, Governor Wolf replaced Bill Green as chair of the School Reform Commission with Marjorie Neff.
Phillies Victim Of Obscure Baseball Rule In Home OpenerThe Phillies' loss in their home opener hinged largely on one of baseball's most arcane and little-understood rules.
PA Auditor General Blames State For Philly Charter School Problem"This is one where all of the challenges can directly be laid at the feet of Harrisburg," said State Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.