Police detectives said they were questioning the girls, whom they believe are responsible for at least three assaults along North 17th Street in North Philadelphia, just off the Temple campus.
The deadline to get health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is just one week away and health care advocates are pulling out the stops to get people signed up.
The popular speakers event “Ted X” returns to Philadelphia this week, after a three-year hiatus.
A report shows how tax breaks lower payments by the state’s largest corporations.
South Jersey officials and environmentalists are scratching their head over this week’s decision by the Board of Public Utilities to reject a wind farm off of Atlantic City.
In preparation, the district is encouraging eighth-graders and their parents to take a look.
The Philadelphia school district’s international magnet school, Bodine High School for International Affairs, is named for the World Affairs Council chairman who helped start it in 1981.
The author of this year’s selection will be on hand for one last discussion.
Philadelphia has one of the highest rates of signup, but advocates are not resting until the March 31st deadline passes.
The Utility Emergency Services Fund is a 30-year-old program to help families pay off utility bills and keep the lights on.
“We have about 60 employees that would be impacted by this rule change,” says a Jersey shore hotel owner, “and it’s not just a snap, crackle, pop for us to solve for that without looking at the number of people we’re employing and how we would recalibrate.”
Events are scheduled throughout the region up to the deadline, March 31st.
KYW’s Pat Loeb reports the speakers agreed more than they disagreed.
February enrollment brings the number of previously uninsured Pennsylvanians, now enrolled in plans through healthcare.gov, to nearly 160,000.
The video posted last Thursday has drawn critical comments by those outraged at the sight of the little girl trying to hold her mother’s head up as the woman folds into an intermittent stupor.