Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter
Those who love to run got a chance to participate in an event on Sunday with the perfect name: The Love Run!
A package of bills designed to reduce the sticker shock associated with the overhaul of Philadelphia’s property tax structure has cleared a state House committee.
Hundreds of union city workers rallied outside of city hall as Mayor Nutter finished his budget address.
Philadelphia was one of more than 800 cities taking part the Million Father March, as dads – and moms – were encouraged to walk their children to school today.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter addressed the Democratic National Convention, last night, just hours before President Obama took the stage.
The mayor is setting aside $9-million in the new budget for design work on a new police headquarters to be constructed at 46th and Market Streets. It’ll replace the nearly 50-year-old Roundhouse at 8th and Race Streets.
The Settlement Music School received a grant from The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to provide music training to children from low-income families.
Long-shot Republican candidate Karen Brown gave a spirited challenge to Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter in a taped debate Tuesday.
Pa. Reports Thousands Of Flood-Damaged Buildings, Philadelphia Receives Federal Aid For Hurricane Irene
In response to the statewide flooding problems, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter announced Tuesday that FEMA has declared that residents of Philadelphia, who experienced damages due to Hurricane Irene, are eligible for Individual Assistance
The Nutter administration will extend an earlier curfew in targeted areas for another two weeks, declaring the tool has been effective in preventing violent incidents.