Some of the spirituals still sung in churches today were actually coded messages
The region’s largest insurer has hired a company to explain benefits to its customers.
In 2012, Yousafzai was shot by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan for daring to pursue her education.
The meeting is a rare and important second visit, which means planners will be able to compare costs before and after the customer satisfaction agreement signed in May, which simplifies work rules.
The Pennsylvania Senate is considering a bill that would impose a new layer of regulations on the federally-certified counselors.
Snyderman is an alumna of Penn’s School of Medicine, and holds an appointment as a “clinical associate” of otorhinolaryngology there.
Paris fashion week may have just ended, but Philadelphia’s Project HOME showed off its own high style collection Thursday outside of its Homespun Boutique in Fairmount.
The “Job Gateway” site pulls in listings from all over, including Craigslist, so ads for escorts and exotic dancers were among the 200,000 jobs that Gov. Corbett boasted of during the debate.
Immigration advocates are warning about a new tactic being used by con men who prey on people seeking citizenship.
The Florida fares are available today only, and only for select dates, so you’d have to be flexible about scheduling.
Philadelphians are once again being invited to submit their most creative ideas for a chance to get them funded by the Knight Foundation. But the competition will be a bit tougher for local artists this year.
Local congressmen joined Septa officials at the Sharon Hill station of the Route 102 trolley, where, an average of 12 times a year, flooding renders the tracks impassable.
The University of Pennsylvania is expanding the borders of its homeownership incentive program.
Education Department spokesman David Saenz stressed the state used a new reporting method that accounted for some of the increase, but said some could be attributed to Superstorm Sandy.
“We have roughly 40 days before one of the most important elections in the state will take place,” said NAACP local vice president Rodney Muhammad.