Philadelphia's City Solicitor Sozi Tulante Announces Resignation"Whenever you resign from this position, people think you want to be something else," he said. "I have no political aspirations."
Philadelphians Could Be Paying More For Cabs, Shared Rides: 'It Is About Public Safety'The proposal would need state legislature approval.
Philly's Office Of The Controller Opens Phone Line For Reporting Sexual Harassment InternallyPhiladelphia government employees who feel they've been sexually harassed are being asked to confide their experiences to the Office of the Controller.
Philadelphia Kicks Off Ambitious, Citywide Workforce Development EffortThe strategy is to work with employers to create career paths for people to get the skills needed for the jobs available.
Mayor's Labor Liaison Resigns, Eyeing Congressional RacePhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney's labor liaison has resigned and is expected to join the crowded race to replace long-time Congressman Bob Brady.
Authority Over School Board Causing Conflict In City HallPhiladelphia's City Council President is on a collision course with Mayor Jim Kenney, over the tenure of the soon-to-be impaneled School Board.
Philadelphia City Council Committee Gives Green Light To 'Good Cause' EvictionsSupporters of the bill packed the council chamber and cheered when it was approved.
Sessions At Union League: 'Federal Laws Are Supreme'The Alabama-bred Sessions, himself, joked about getting the award.
Reforms In Philadelphia's Child Welfare System Get City Council ScrutinyA recent city council hearing revealed ongoing problems in Philadelphia's child welfare system.
Mayor Kenney Doesn't Want To Bask In Reflected Light Of EaglesThe mayor is taking part in the celebration, but he'd rather stay in the background.
Philly Officials Expect Fun, Orderly Super Bowl ParadeCity officials predict a very different scene than the one immediately following the Super Bowl.
Lane Johnson Turns Super Bowl Victory Into Win For KidsThe Eagles offensive tackle is giving all the profits from his clothing line to the Fund for the Philadelphia School District.