Keonna Thomas, 30, faces charges of knowingly attempting to provide material support and resources to a designated foreign terrorist organization.
The two sketches, on the backs of other works by the French master, were discovered when backing paper was peeled away during conservation efforts.
Now officially removed from the May 19th Democratic Primary ballot, incumbent City Commissioner Stephanie Singer, whose office runs elections, will appeal to Commonwealth Court.
Acting Pennsylvania consumer advocate Tanya McCloskey says raising the “fixed” portion of electric bills by 68% creates a disincentive to conserve, and will have a larger impact on seniors and low-income households.
Kenneth Ford, who helped devise the weapon when he had a security clearance in the early 1950s, says everything he includes in his book, “Building the H-Bomb,” is already in the public domain.
If the judge removes her from the ballot when the hearing resumes next week, says she she’ll appeal to Commonwealth Court.
“We had 8,200-plus people get jobs last year, but we had 18,000 who applied,” Mayor Nutter noted.
The ex-governor says fourth and fifth graders in Philadelphia will get an opportunity to take part in a unique civics lesson that could help shape the upcoming Democratic primary for mayor.
A City Council committee approved a measure sought by the Philadelphia Parking Authority that would allow the parking agency to boot and/or tow vehicles that rack up multiple tickets despite attempts by the owner to evade enforcement.
This morning, a judge was poised to remove Stephanie Singer from the May 19th Democratic primary ballot, subject to post-trial motions from her attorney.
Stephanie Singer is being challenged in her re-election bid over her petition signatures.
Mayoral candidate Milton Street has survived yet another challenge to his candidacy based on his residency.
A judge said his nominating petitions and a financial disclosure form were defective.
The ongoing issue is a claim that he does not live in Philadelphia, as required by city law.
In his campaign headquarters on East Hunting Park Avenue, 7th District candidate Manny Morales denied making any racially charged, biased, or hateful posts.