Mayor Nutter said runners and spectators will see much more visible security presence to make sure both participants and onlookers are safe.
That increase equals about 9,040 residents, and the finding comes from the 2012 Census Bureau’s Population Estimates Program (PEP).
The mayor says negotiations are at an impasse; Matthews says they are not and the union is still willing to negotiate.
On the same weekend that two men were beaten by violent mobs of teenagers in Center City spurring a police crackdown, another man now says he was randomly attacked on Kelly Drive.
Nutter administration officials were called before City Council to explain how a 12-year-old autistic boy died in a West Philadelphia fire last August. The mayor’s cuts in fire department funding were at issue.
by KYW’s Dr. Marciene Mattleman Boston has Harvard, Seattle has Microsoft, San Jose has high tech and the Washington DC metropolitan area has the best educated citizens in the nation, so begins an article in […]
by KYW’s John Ostapkovich The National Constitution Center this morning announced who will get the 2010 Liberty Medal this fall in Philadelphia.
by KYW’s John Ostapkovich The City of Philadelphia has a decision to make this week: whether to continue to allow federal immigration agents access to a crime database operated by the city.
KYW Newsradio Team Coverage KYW’s Steve Tawa reports the local chapter of the Boy Scouts has prevailed in its federal case against the city of Philadelphia. The city cannot evict the Boy Scouts from their […]
by KYW’s Mike Dunn It was a “friends and family” plan of the sort that only the connected get: a ticket-fixing operation at the Philadelphia agency that hears appeals of parking tickets.
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