The School Reform Commission voted unanimously to outsource the jobs to a New Jersey company.
Montco DA Risa Ferman has been assigned to decide whether to file charges against Kane, in light of a grand jury report that accused Kane of leaking grand jury information and then lying about it.
Utilities have tried awareness campaigns before, but this new one has what’s been missing: a way for homeowners to find out for sure if someone is scamming them.
Child advocates estimate that as many as 20,000 undocumented children in Pennsylvania can’t get health insurance because of their immigration status.
Researchers found that while about 15 percent of all children in Pennsylvania covered by Medicaid receive psychotropic drugs — drugs that work on their brains — about 45 percent of those in foster care do.
Child advocates are set to release a report Tuesday morning showing that thousands of children in Pennsylvania are without health insurance, despite the state’s promise to Cover All Kids through the CHIP program.
Now, a new effort is getting underway to get those children health care coverage.
The North Camden Little League opened its season with a parade from downtown to the recently refurbished fields at Pyne Poynt Park.
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.