“I’m very skeptical of the motivation of the district attorney’s office for trying to continue (postpone) this case today and for trying to do it at the very last minute,” attorney Larry Krasner said.
Clean Water Action, Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania, Penn Environment, and the Sierra Club made their selection based on a questionnaire the candidates were asked to fill out.
“Are you interested in saving a life today?” a team member asked passersby while handing out information leaflets.
Vice President Joe Biden visited PECO headquarters in Center City Philadelphia to promote a new White House initiative aimed at modernizing the country’s energy infrastructure and fighting climate change.
A Philadelphia social service agency that runs “Pennsylvania Career Link” centers in the city today opened its first “integrated” center, offering all its services in one location.
Delores Clark (right), 86, has lived there most of her life and says her house needed a lot of work. It was repaired by an army of volunteers.
Hunger advocacy groups are fighting back against a Republican proposal in Washington to cut $125 billion from the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as “SNAP.”
Agents, attorneys, sports writers, and NFL alumni tackled such topics as domestic violence incidents, concussion litigation, and pro football past and present.
The 1915 team was the first Phillies team to win the National League pennant.
“It’s not only a new home but it’s a new chapter of collaboration with the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts,” noted Joan Reilly (center), chief operation officer of Mural Arts.
Temple University has high hopes for a newly opened cafe and bookstore at its Center City campus.
One hundred years ago, the Phillies won their first-ever National League pennant and went on to play the Red Sox in the World Series. That squad will be honored at Citizens Bank Park on Thursday.
Five-year-old Khadijah Patel is going home just two weeks after she received a liver transplant. She suffers from the same rare genetic disorder that also afflicts her 12-year-old brother, Yusuf.
The governor spoke to automotive tech students on the west regional campus of Community College of Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Streets Department will do the painting, and Philly Pride will be responsible for the upkeep.