PECO, Exelon Recognize Drexel Engineering Students With Scholarship ProgramStudent recipients in the Drexel Exelon Scholars program gathered with utility and university executives at PECO Headquarters.
Philly High School Students Lead Symposium On Mass IncarcerationStudents at high schools in West Philadelphia and Overbrook gathered at the School District Building on Broad Street to compare notes on issues related to mass incarceration.
Philadelphia Museum Of Art To Take Over City's Antiques & Art ShowThe show was founded in 1962 to support the work of Penn Medicine, and raised about $250,000 last year.
Drexel Students Give University President Failing Grade For Opposing Philly Wage Equity LawDrexel University students and advocates looking to close what they call the "gender pay gap" held a rally for equal pay to observe the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.
Former Penn State Football Prospect Faces Hearing For Wawa RobberyA highly recruited Philadelphia High School football player, now charged with robbing a Wawa convenience store at which his brother worked, has made a court appearance.
Formerly Vacant Textile Factory In NE Philly Is Being TransformedThe "Globe Dye Works" on Worth Street, just off Torresdale Avenue, is ready for its second act.
Philly-Based Activist Group Among 20 Banned From Israel Over Boycott CallsIsrael is banning activists associated with a Philadelphia-based Quaker organization from entering the country.
New Book Critical Of Trump White House Flies Off ShelvesAuthor Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury, Inside the Trump White House," is hard to come by at local bookstores.
Critics Fume Over AG Sessions' Move To Curb Marijuana LegalizationAttorney General Jeff Sessions wants to nip the legalized weed movement in the bud, by revoking an Obama administration directive that gave states wiggle room to allow marijuana sales.
Nonprofits Expect To Take Big Hit From New Tax LawThere is a chill in the air for nonprofits, and it's not because of the frigid weather outside.
Herb Lipson, Outspoken Owner Of Philadelphia Magazine, Passes Away At 88He was a pioneer in making Philly Mag a leader in investigative and lifestyle journalism, dating back to the 1960s.
Attorneys For Victim Of Barclay Friends Fire Blame Failed Sprinkler SystemAttorney Andrew Duffy says they're investigating the source and origin, and looking in detail at the fire suppression system.