Philadelphia Recognizes Students In Sister Cities ProgramPhiladelphia's longest-running high school exchange program celebrated its 10th anniversary Tuesday with a ceremony in City Hall.
Bleak Statistics, Hopeful Discussion At Philadelphia Forum On Homeless YouthThe emphasis on these statistics were on fixing them, not being defeated by them.
Years Of Effort Finally Pay Off For Philadelphia Airport WorkersCity officials, American Airlines and members of the union 32BJ gathered at City Hall to applaud the major advance in getting an agreement for 1,400 workers.
It's Spring Cleaning In Philadelphia, Including City Hall's Billy PennScaffolding is up around the top of Philadelphia City Hall, blocking its most famous feature.
Mayor Kenney Opens City Hall To Philly's Black LGBTQ Community For PartyMayor Jim Kenney opened the gates to the courtyard at City Hall Saturday so members of the black LGBT community had a place to party.
Candlelight Vigil At City Hall Remembers Victims Of Orlando Nightclub ShootingMayor Jim Kenney let group know the city of Philadelphia stands in solidarity with them.
3 City Council Members Say 'No' To Soda Tax During Protest Outside City HallA traffic-snarling protest at City Hall on Wednesday afternoon ended in a victory, of sorts, for the bottlers and retailers who oppose a tax on sugary beverages.
Dept. Of Human Services Outsources Work, Leaves Staff IntactPhiladelphia City council continues budget hearings this week. Among the departments before council is Human Services, which has requested a budget increase, even though it has transferred its child welfare work to community non-profits.
A New Year Brings New Changes To City HallAfter eight years in office, Mayor Michael Nutter is packing boxes and preparing for life out of office.
Deputy Consul General Of Israel In Philadelphia Term Come To An EndAs Deputy, Consul General Elad Strohmayer was responsible for diplomatic relations between Israel and Philadelphia.
Refurbishing Work Getting Underway on North Side of City Hall ApronOn the north apron of City Hall, fencing has been installed to prevent pedestrians from getting close to what is about to become a major work zone.
Education Advocate Marciene Mattleman Honored For Decades of Service in Phila.Mattleman is retiring next month. She has been a tireless worker for literacy in Philadelphia and her education commentaries have aired for years on KYW Newsradio 1060.

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