The judge granted a preliminary injunction sought by the PFT. Two weeks ago, the SRC announced it was going to begin requiring Philadelphia public school teachers to pay a contribution to their health insurance.
Early next month, gamblers who want to try their hand at poker will be able to have a seat inside Philadelphia’s first poker room.
Paul Strand is regarded as a towering figure in modern photography. His early work, between 1915 and 1920, is his most celebrated.
The first lady and other Democratic Party officials came to show their support for Tom Wolf in his race for governor of Pennsylvania.
Now that Septa has a tentative agreement with its Regional Rail engineers, talks are resuming with the transit agency’s biggest union, representing bus, subway, and trolley workers.
She’ll appear Wednesday morning at the Emanuel Recreation Center, 8500 Pickering Avenue, in Mt. Airy.
Philadelphia Police are putting out the word about a series of armed robberies in the Northeast, with the same offender hitting a wide range of commercial businesses.
Called the ‘Sounds of Camden,’ visitors will be able to check out record players, old-time radios, old-school advertisements, as well as historic RCA Victor recordings.
PCA hopes the Senior Strut might spur older adults to join or form walking groups, because walking increases blood flow to the heart, lungs and brain that can put you in a good mood and lower stress.
“This is not the preferred route, but it is where we are,” Nutter said today.
School Reform Commission chair Bill Green said the SRC is exercising its option to unilaterally modify its labor contract with the PFT.
Sixth through eighth graders at Waldron Mercy Academy converted the school’s gymnasium into an assembly line to package 20,000 meals for the international relief agency “Stop Hunger Now.”
Mayor Nutter says the first phase of the nearly $250-million project, called “East Market,” will transform the entire city block, a four-acre site that fronts on the 1100 block of Market Street: Market to Ludlow, 11th to 12th Streets.
“We women have a really bad habit, ladies, of taking care of everybody else first, and ourselves last,” she said.
Abington Township Red Light Camera Warning Period Ends Tomorrow; $100 Fines To Be Issued To Violators
Starting tomorrow, Abington Township’s Red Light Camera warning period expires and fines will be issued if you run red lights at three key intersections.