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.
Eagles fans these days may be hesitant to buy jerseys of their favorite player, for fear that Chip Kelly may cut or trade him.
The new school building is being built on a long-vacant stretch of land at Fifth and Market Streets.
The Eagles did not land Oregon’s Marcus Mariota in the NFL Draft, and many fans are OK with that.
The mayor said there’s no move afoot for Philadelphia police to assist the already serious law enforcement presence in Baltimore. Pennsylvania state police have been alerted to possible deployment.
The site is a one-stop clearinghouse where veterans and their families can find links to Philly-specific services including jobs, housing, and treatment.
The tournament at Eastern High School in Voorhees is now known as the Bill Campbell Baseball Classic, in honor of the legendary broadcaster who died last October at the age of 91.
Some of the Phillies will take off their spikes and lace on some bowling shoes tonight during an event for Philadelphia Futures.