No decisions have been made yet, but one of the options authorities are considering is keeping cars and trucks off of the Bridge.
Until now, occasional Patco riders had to pay with cash at the ticket machines, and they’d get their change back in dollar coins. No more.
School districts across Pennsylvania are responding to rises in fixed costs, including pensions and charter schools, by: (A) raising property taxes, (B) reducing staff, or, in many cases, A and B.
The two-week effort by a coalition of unions and community groups called the Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools urges legislators to support Governor Wolf’s education budget.
The Grayson School is expected to open this fall, in Broomall, for grades K through 6, with plans to expand to all grades.
Study: Pa. School Districts May Face Extra Expenses In Helping Students Meet Graduation Requirements
Starting with the class of 2017, Pennsylvania high school students will have to pass Keystone Exams in algebra, biology and literature to graduate.
Hundreds are expected today at a job fair to fill 800 positions at a new shopping center opening this summer in Gloucester Township.
People with spinal cord injuries will be given the opportunity to ride the waves next weekend in Wildwood Crest
In the wake of last month’s fatal Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia, the federal government is recommending that commuter railroads, such as SEPTA, examine their speed controls where they have sharp curves.
The $1 million gift from the foundation of Heartland Payment Systems’ founder Robert Carr will cover the tuition, room, and board for 50 students at Rowan University, in Glassboro.
The $5 million complex was built with money from the city, the Phillies and Major League Baseball.
Three retired teachers sued the SRC on First Amendment grounds after they were prohibited from holding protest signs at a contentious meeting on charter schools.
The “Sponsor-a-Scholar” program of Philadelphia Futures provides mentoring and money to low-income, first-generation-to-college students.
A new report says Community College of Philadelphia has returned mixed results when it comes to helping students earn degrees and job skills.
“We’re going to revise our fare system for the day to provide for either a $2.50, one-way, or $5, round-trip, ticket,” says DRPA deputy CEO Michael Conallen.