The Free Library closes its “One Book, One Philadelphia” season tonight, with a grand finale featuring the author of this year’s selection.
The governor reassured the group of his support for the state’s flourishing natural gas industry.
Officials Launch Special Enrollment Period For Taxpayers Who Didn’t Realize There’s A Penalty For Not Having Health Insurance
More than 11 million people signed up for health insurance during the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period, but federal officials think a few more will be interested after doing their taxes, so they’re launching a special enrollment period tomorrow.
Who can empanel a grand jury, and why? Those are the questions Kathleen Kane is asking the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to decide.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority is asking for proposals to provide a mobile parking payment system so drivers can use smartphones to pay fees on the street and in some lots.
The children provided some of the lyrics for “A Child’s Requiem” — winner of the Sackler Prize from the University of Connecticut.
Local Legal Experts See Politics At Work In U.S. Supreme Court Arguments On Affordable Care Act Case
The court arguments lasted just over an hour, but the decision could have long-range consequences.
Philadelphia public elementary schools will open their doors to pre-schoolers and their parents on Wednesday, in hopes of getting them to sign up early for kindergarten.
Three Philadelphia city employees have been honored for outstanding service. They are the winners of this year’s Richardson Dilworth Awards.
The 187th Philadelphia Flower Show opened Saturday with its annual preview of spring. This year, the show celebrates Hollywood, especially Disney.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission has just deregulated landline phone service, and consumer advocates warn it could lead to a sharp increase in prices.
Student chefs from three Philadelphia public schools competed Thursday for the honor of getting a dish they created on the district’s breakfast menu.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has been the subject of a grand jury probe into whether she leaked information from a prior grand jury. Now, she is fighting back via the web.
Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein had planned to unveil his vision for The Pier Shops at Caesars in Atlantic City on Tuesday, but a legal dispute has put the project on hold.
Federal health officials are asking some 800,000 people who got health insurance through the Affordable Care Act to wait to file their taxes. The reason: they received tax forms with incorrect information.