It’s Opening Day for the Phillies 2015 season, and fans at Citizens Bank Park are ready for the renewal and tradition that a new season brings.
About 50 local college students learned a lesson outside the classroom that might be more valuable than anything they learn inside.
The two-year, $1.5 million grant gives each of the ten schools 30 iPads so that students in kindergarten, first and second grades can access e-books from the Free Library.
The questions, from Central’s Class 274, covered a wide variety of issues.
Starting with this Friday’s exhibition game, all fans at all gates at Citizens Bank Park will have to walk through airport-style metal detectors.
A South Philadelphia magnet school is singing for joy after winning a cash prize from the people who hand out the Grammy awards.
Right now, the district’s $2.9-billion preliminary budget for next year is short, according to CFO Matt Stanski.
The main lobby at Fox Chase Elementary School smelled like a farm today. And for good reason.
The report says labor costs at this year’s Philadelphia Auto Show were down 20 percent.
A busy road in Plymouth Meeting is closed until further notice because of a sinkhole.
Lisa Haver, co-founder of a group that opposes more charter schools in Philadelphia, says school police confiscated her signs at the SRC’s February 18th meeting.
The suit, filed last fall by parents’ groups and a coalition of school districts, claims the current state funding system shortchanges students.
Potholes are the bane of drivers everywhere. “I hit ’em and everything just goes all over the place,” said one driver, definitely fed up with the holes in the road. “My car is a wreck.”
School Reform Commissioner Bill Green now says he’s not going to court to challenge his removal as SRC chair.
Under the Republican-backed update to the current law, now nearly two decades old, charter schools would get their funding directly from the state, rather than having money pass through local school districts.