Assistant trainer Alan Sherman says the timing of the Pennsylvania Derby attracted him, not the Parx bonus.
Kids sang and danced and drew pictures as the grownups pushed for funding for quality pre-kindergarten programs.
Inside the anchorages on either side of the Ben Franklin Bridge — long-forgotten trolley stops that were never put into service.
A Delaware River Port Authority committee has green-lighted a traffic study that could lead to toll discounts for Delaware River Bridge commuters.
The Philadelphia School District is trying some new strategies to stress the importance of attendance.
The bill wassponsored by Washington Township assemblyman Paul Moriarty, who was cleared of drunk-driving charges after police video showed him passing field sobriety tests.
Seven Philadelphia parents say the Pennsylvania Department of Education has violated its duty to look into allegations of “curriculum deficiencies” in Philadelphia schools.
Philadelphia public schools opened today amid huge budget deficits and reduced staffing
Commuters on the Ben Franklin Bridge have been inconvenienced with lane closures and gaps in PATCO service since Memorial Day.
Nonprofits and social service agencies at the shore are trying to fill the back-to-school needs of families affected by the Atlantic City casino closings.
Teachers in Philadelphia’s cash-strapped public schools are already back at work, getting ready.
An agreement is now in place to preserve Septa transportation for thousands of Philadelphia high school students.
A judge has held a Hunting Park school principal and three teachers for trial on charges they cheated on state tests.
From sheet metal workers to teachers, union members marched along Columbus Boulevard this morning to celebrate Labor Day.
They’re going from non-stop attention and adulation as Little League World Series stars, back to doing homework and taking out the trash.