New PennDOT Program Lends Voice To Communities In Early Project PlanningPennDOT has a new approach. The agency says it's going to listen to locals first, before putting shovels in the ground.
Philadelphia Community Schools Use New Tool To Plan AheadAs Philadelphia's nine community schools design their futures, the process is being helped by a so-called "stress index."
Philadelphia Superintendent Says Transgender Bathroom Policy Will Not ChangeThe policy in Philadelphia schools allows transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice.
New Program Helps Provide Food For Students In NeedStarting Thursday, students at a North Philadelphia school will be getting a monthly backpack of food to take home, courtesy of Philabundance.
Young Students Tackle Real-World Problems At George Washington Carver Science FairPhiladelphia's budding scientists are competing in the elementary edition of the 38th annual George Washington Carver Science Fair.
Mother Expresses Gratitude, Respect For Philly Police Officers Who Saved Her Baby's LifeA one-year-old boy is alive today, thanks to the quick actions of three Philadelphia police officers in North Philadelphia.
Philly Protesters Take To The Streets For 'Not My President's Day'Anti-Trump protesters in Philadelphia joined demonstrations across the nation in what was billed as "Not My President's Day."
Musicians Put On Performance With Instruments Made From TrashMaking musical instruments from trash, think, a light bulb maraca or a soda bottle marimba.
NJ Elementary School To Replace Gym Floor Containing MercuryAdministrators say there is no imminent danger to the 900 children who attend the B. Bernice Young Elementary School.
Philly School District Seeing First Revenue From New Tax On Rideshare ServicesSchool leaders gathered around a ceremonial check this morning to mark the first installment totaling $358,000.
Plans Unveiled To Overhaul Poorly Performing Philadelphia SchoolsThe Philadelphia School District has outlined plans to overhaul the academics at eleven low-performing schools.
Philadelphia Councilwoman Looking Into Why So Few African-American Males Go To CollegeCouncilwoman Jannie Blackwell calls it a civil rights issue.

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