Neither side would disclose the terms of the contract until the union votes on it.
The defendant, Padge Windslowe, expressed remorse for her old life, which included injecting women in hotel rooms to make their butts look bigger.
The victim is an actor who was scheduled to appear in a production on Penn’s campus this weekend.
Waring Elementary School students helped celebrate by dancing at Clemente Recreation Center, where deputy mayor Mike DiBerardinis said that kids like them were his chief motivation to cut his deparment’s carbon footprint.
Shoppers and employees were killed when a building being demolished fell onto a Salvation Army thrift store at 22nd and Market Streets.
The 128-year-old Philadelphia weekly says this was the only way to keep the paper running.
The man convicted last year of the first-degree murder of Philadelphia police officer Moses Walker Jr. in 2012 was sentenced today to life in prison plus 23-47 years.
As so often happens with these hearings, there has been less revelation about the accident than about where committee members stand on various issues.
State police say the troopers were patrolling the road, driving east, just before one a.m., when the accident occurred.
The Philadelphia fire department has been rocked in the last six months by a sudden spike in the number of employees who have taken their own life.
State Senator Vincent Hughes is starting with a tour today of some parts of Philadelphia in desperate need of rebuilding.
Primary winners from both major parties spent part of their “day after” helping raise money for the Broad Street Ministry.
Two of the former officers have said they’ll seek to return to the force, but the defense team’s lead attorney says he expects the four other former cops to join the action.
Hundreds of job seekers descended on Temple University this morning for a one-day job fair conducted by Philadelphia International Airport.
The morning of May 13, 1985 began with a hail of gunfire on a street in West Philadelphia. Before the day was over, 11 people were dead and three blocks of houses were reduced to ash and rubble. It was the infamous MOVE confrontation.