Rob Axelrod, of Ambler, Pa., has been going to Boston for technology conferences for the last 14 years, and is thankful he was merely inconvenienced this time.
Hippopotamus expert and lead keeper Betsy Karkowski watched as the pair, Cindy and Unna, enjoyed their first dip in the outdoor pool.
In the “punitive” portion of the trial, jurors could not answer the question of whether Megabus was “reckless.” Because of the deadlock, Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson granted a mistrial.
“Only the green roof parking garage saves it from an F” in their report card on the applications, the group’s spokeswoman said.
“This magnificent building going forward will be renamed Beneficial Bank Place,” CEO Gary Cuddy said. “And will be our corporate headquarters, effective Valentine’s Day, 2014, which is also our 161st birthday.”
“No reasonable person can object to universal background checks,” Rendell said outside Sen. Toomey’s Philadelphia office.
Zoo president Vikram Dewan said that will help ease the crunch of the zoo’s 1.2 million visitors each year.
The Philadelphia Zoo is opening up a new parking garage on Friday, but it’s still hoping – down the road – to get a train stop there, as well.
Septa commuters will be able to pass the time on trains this month with a good book, thanks to a “virtual” library.
A former IRS worker at the Philadelphia Service Center who admitted to using her position to steal her former landlord’s identity appeared before a federal court judge Thursday for sentencing.
Philadelphia’s Chief Assessment Officer, Ritchie McKeithen, was on the hot seat Tuesday during the second day of budget hearings in City Council chambers.
Philadelphia City Council members have opened their annual budget hearings, listening to Mayor Michael Nutter’s top budget people describe the city’s ‘five year financial and strategic plan.’
One bill would start the process of amending the state constitution to formally eliminate Traffic Court; another would abolish it in all but name only.
The Philadelphia Parking Authority, now four years into using on-street electronic kiosks in Center City and University City, has no immediate plans to extend them into neighborhoods.
The new building at 22nd and Pennsylvania Avenue would include a 55,000 square foot grocery store and up to 350 apartments above.
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