Abraham told her supporters tonight that she’s not sad at all, and that she was proud to be only the second woman to run for Philadelphia mayor.
Today, Williams stood with children in front of a mock voting booth at City Hall.
Cafeteria workers and noontime aides at Philadelphia public school have agreed to a new contract that calls for wage increases and work rule changes.
Lauren Shevchek, of Churchville, Pa., who was paralyzed in a diving accident two years ago, is addressing a symposium on spinal cord injuries at Jefferson Hospital.
Kids who receive the Phillies’ Cody Asche wiffle ball set as a giveaway this Sunday may be left to wonder…where’s Cody Asche?
The water-themed vinyl decals on sidewalks and walls lead Main Street visitors to the new construction along the Manayunk Canal.
Schools superintendent Wiliam Hite says the cash-strapped school district is simply exploring ways to expand student health services without spending more money.
The Police Athletic League tonight bestows its highest honor to three prominent Philadelphians — including CBS Radio Senior VP and Philadelphia market manager Marc Rayfield.
This year’s “Phans Feeding Families” campaign is getting a financial jumpstart from Citizens Bank.
A dozen Philadelphia charter schools earned new terms, but the School Reform Commission has turned thumbs-down on renewing two others.
Eight Philadelphia schools are recipients of the latest round of grants from the Hamels Foundation.
A walk next weekend aims to bring attention to a rare syndrome that results in learning disabilities, but an extremely outgoing personality as well.
The oars are in the water and the energy is in the air along the Schuylkill River.
A high school senior (far right) stole the show today at a Philadelphia panel discussion on a recent White House initiative for boys and young men of color.
Nutter has begun a series of school visits he hopes will highlight the unique programs that would benefit from an increase in city and state funding.