Its streets are so steep, one of them is nicknamed “the Wall” and that makes the snow especially challenging.
2 Persons Of Interest Released After Northern Liberties Purse-Snatch Murder; Tipster Charged With Falsifying Reports
KYW Newsradio’s Pat Loeb reports they’ve now filed charges against the tipster who implicated the two.
But KYW Newsradio’s Pat Loeb reports it doesn’t shed any light on where his heart might be.
It was Human Relations Sunday, in honor of Martin Luther King — an auspicious day for Reverend Frank Schaefer to bring his message.
The Mercatus Center at George Mason University looked at states’ ability to meet short and long-term obligations, and Pennsylvania, with few cash reserves and a big pending pension obligation, ranked 42.
Governor Christie has tapped a New York firm to lead his own probe of the George Washington Bridge closing but made no mention of it in a public appearance at the shore.
“I hope that I come home with new ideas,” Montgomery County College president Karen Stout said.
150 elementary students faced off around scrabble boards, testing their skills but also having fun.
He’s entered into a contract with the New York owners, Hudson Capital, to buy the lot for an undisclosed amount. He also declines to give many details about his project
Boyle’s father is asking the Philadelphia district attorney’s office to fight the ruling.
A Philadelphia judge has overturned the death sentence for the man convicted in the 1991 murder of police officer Danny Boyle.
A new report from federal health officials says 81,000 Pennsylvanians have signed up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. That’s an increase of more than 600-percent from the November report.
Democratic Assemblyman John Wisniewski said using the George Washington Bridge, a public resource, for political payback, a private use, violates federal and state laws.
They acquitted Brown’s two co-defendants of charges they conspired with her to cover up fraud at the four charter schools she founded.
The hearing was originally scheduled for the morning, but interest in the hearings has been high and registration filled so quickly that the department added an afternoon session. And that filled up, too.