Zeoli Show Log 05.17.16Rich discussed the role PA will play in the upcoming election, drinking on the boardwalk in AC and the latest news regarding the Amtrak derailment. He also discussed Hillary Clinton battling a heckler, President Obama's defense of transgender bathrooms and high schools banning flags. Rich spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:20pm.
City And Phila. School District Team Up To Make Schools GreenerIt's a five-year effort to reduce the district's environmental footprint.
Manhunt Underway In Barnegat As Police Search For Escaped PrisonerSchools in Barnegat Township, Ocean County are on lockdown as police search for an escaped prisoner.
Student Driver Fatally Strikes NJ School Superintendent Jogging With His DogSchool officials have announced all Robbinsville district schools are closed today after their Superintendent passed away.
Neshaminy School Board Votes On Closings Of 2 Elementary SchoolsThe Neshaminy school board has made it official – two elementary schools in the district will close at the end of this school year.
City-Wide Inspection Finds Most Schools' Boilers Are Safe, But Need WorkAfter the explosion at Edmonds Elementary, the city and the district checked out nearly 600 boilers throughout the district.
Advocates, Politicians Gather In Hopes Of Making Philly Schools A Bit GreenerPenn Environment released their report on why solar panels would shine in Philadelphia schools.
Phila. Principal Admits In Court To Cheating On Standardized TestsPhiladelphia elementary school principal has pleaded guilty, in a wide-ranging state probe into cheating, by adults, on standardized tests.
More Money Budgeted For PA Schools? Leading Lawmaker Weighs InGovernor Wolf, in his current unfinished budget and in the one proposed for next year, proposes spending millions more on education.
Female In Custody After 'All Blacks Must Die' School ThreatAuthorities say a student is in custody in connection with an online threat against three schools in Delaware County.
Philadelphia Public, Archdiocesan Schools Open WednesdaySnow vacation's over, kids. All Philadelphia public and archdiocesan schools will reopen on Wednesday, January 27.
West Philadelphia Elementary School Without Heat Closes EarlyOfficials say Alain Locke Elementary School, on the 4500 block of Haverford Avenue, is currently not heated.