NFL Shows Off 'Selection Square'The nerve center of the NFL Draft will be open to the public for free -- and it's not at the Art Museum.
City Prepared For Convergence Of Penn Relays, NFL DraftThe city acknowledges there will be inconveniences, with the Penn Relays and the NFL Draft happening this week.
Philly High School Takes Part In Earth-Friendly Lunch ExperimentStudents at Philadelphia's Saul High School are testing out a program to reduce the amount of lunchroom waste headed to landfills.
Phillies' Ball Park Snacks Help Teach High School Students CompostingThe Phillies have a recycling effort named "Red Goes Green." But you might call this one "green turns brown."
Appellate Court Says Principal Fired In School Cheating Scandal Should Get Job BackA Commonwealth Court panel has ruled that Michelle Burns should be rehired.
Some Philadelphia Schools Are Understaffed, Audit ShowsIn an audit of the School District of Philadelphia, City Controller Alan Butkovitz says 17 of 23 schools examined last year didn't have enough staff for the number of students enrolled.
Parking Signs For MeterUP Are Coming DownPhiladelphia Parking Authority crews are peeling off the MeterUP signs on parking kiosks.
Philadelphia Charter School Forced To Close During NFL DraftThe NFL Draft is causing a second spring break of sorts for one Philadelphia school.
Closed New Jersey Prison Reopening As Drug Treatment FacilityGovernor Christie led a round table to mark the reopening.
Philly School District Updates Policy With New CommitteeThe Philadelphia School District has a new committee to update the language on its many policies.
Fans Eager To See Young Phillies Team DevelopTraditions are renewed in South Philadelphia today, as the Phillies play their first home game of the season.
Safety Officials Honor Philly Police Officer For His Work Beyond The ForceThe city is saying "Thanks" to a Philadelphia police sergeant, for his volunteer work beyond the force.