Philadelphia School District Makes Returning To Class FunThousands of families turned out for the Philadelphia school district's event in Fairmount Park.
FBI Investigation Into Philadelphia Electricians Union ExpandingA union spokesman says the FBI searched the home of the new head of the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
President Obama Will Campaign For Clinton In Philly Next MonthThe Clinton campaign made the announcement today, but released few details.
City Councilman To Compete In Martial Arts TournamentIt seems the councilman likes to grapple with more than just the issues.
Clinton Targets African-American Voters Who Already Support HerHillary Clinton’s campaign continues intensive efforts to woo them.
Homeless Families Search For Shelter Before School StartsPhiladelphia shelters for homeless families are full at a time of year when demand is surging because of the start of the school year.
Philadelphia Publishes 3-1-1 Call Data Philadelphia has published details of nearly 1 million calls to its 3-1-1 service center as part of its open data effort.
Philly Pre-K Providers Answer Call For New SeatsAs Philadelphia gears up to expand pre-kindergarten citywide, 85 early childhood centers have applied to provide new slots for pre-schoolers.
Twenty Years Since Welfare Reform, So How's It Doing?Monday marks twenty years since the US ended one long-running social services experiment and started a new one.
Officials: Overdose Deaths Involving Fentanyl Up 600% Since 2013Philadelphia health officials say overdose deaths involving the drug fentanyl continue to rise, despite years of warnings.
Aetna Leaving Pennsylvania's Health Insurance MarketplaceThe company insures about 31,000 people statewide, but they won't lose health coverage.
Local African-American Leaders Take Active Roll In Clinton CampaignDozens of local African-American Democrats have signed on to a new effort within the Hillary Clinton campaign.