Blue Cross Chairman Speaks On GOP Healthcare PlanOne major figure in the insurance industry is urging them to keep trying to come up with a plan that can pass.
Board To Decide Fate Of Seth Williams' PensionThere's likely to be more bad news for former District Attorney Seth Williams.
Stakes High For Philadelphia In New Senate Healthcare BillSenate Republican leaders are pushing through with a plan to vote on a new version of health care legislation this week, despite divisions within the party and opposition outside of it.
Philadelphia Holds Annual 'Strengthening Families' SummitAs the number of children in Philadelphia's child welfare system climbed in the last few years, officials tried a new approach.
Soda Industry Appeals Legal Ruling On Beverage TaxAs expected, the soda industry is appealing a Commonwealth Court ruling that Philadelphia's Beverage Tax is legal.
Cleanup Of William Penn Statue CompleteThe William Penn statue on top of City Hall will soon emerge from scaffolding.
City Councilwoman Faces Down Bulldozer, Developer Cries FoulPhiladelphia City Councilwoman Cherelle Parker and several of her constituents stopped a bulldozer on Thursday to keep it from demolishing a house in Mt. Airy.
2 Schools To Join Philadelphia's Community Schools InitiativeTwo more Philadelphia public schools will become "community schools," with an infusion of extra services for students and their families. The expansion is smaller than was planned.
Planning Begins In Philadelphia For America's 250th BirthdaySome prominent Philadelphians have been selected for the U.S. Semiquincentennial Commission: the group that's planning the nation's 250th birthday.
Sen. Casey Recruiting For Fight Against GOP Health Care BillCasey held an event in the Mayor's Reception Room on Friday aimed at getting opponents of the bill to lobby against it.
Mint Officials Silent Following Report Of 'Ethnic Intimidation'U.S. Mint officials and union leaders representing workers at the Mint in Philadelphia have gone silent after the New York Times reported on an incident of ethnic intimidation there.
Pennsylvania Officials Get Earful On Proposed Cuts To Winter Heating AssistanceState officials took testimony Wednesday on their proposal to cut the LIHEAP energy assistance program.