The controversy over the Washington Redskins’ team name hits the radio airwaves in Philadelphia this weekend.
When a Harlem Globetrotter speaks, kids listen. And that was certainly the case with these students at Pope John Paul II Regional School, in Willingboro.
Parents in Chestnut Hill on Tuesday received some eye-opening hints on novel methods kids are using to hide drugs.
Governor Corbett says he’s in the process of filling the opening that was created when SRC chair Pedro Ramos resigned last month.
Officials say they’re signs of appreciation.
It’s half school bus, half prison cell.
Outside the American Legion hall where he spoke, 100 school advocates chanted “One-term Tom,” blasting his education funding.
The School District of Philadelphia is hoping to have a web page listing its surplus properties for sale up and running by noon Thursday.
The final draft of a study reportedly says if New Jersey Transit started hourly service on its Atlantic City rail line, ridership would double.
Some scoff at global warming, but Margate mayor Mike Becker is heeding the warnings.
Officials at the Adventure Aquarium in Camden have announced plans for a 300-foot tall observation tower.
The city launched a public service campaign on Wednesday aimed at preventing kids from dropping out of high school.
Septa is expanding free wireless networking at its transit stations, and it’s launching an iPhone “app” to help bus and subway riders discover their wait times.
Flashing “trouble lights” could soon be mandatory on Philadelphia cabs to alert the passing public that a driver is possibly being attacked or robbed and needs help.
The forum brought together activists, academics, law enforcement, and legislators to compare notes on how to put an end to women and children forced into lives of prostitution.