Twenty-one additional fallen police officers now have a final place of honor, as plaques in their names were dedicated outside FOP headquarters in Northeast Philadelphia.
Ten lawyers marched single-file into a judge’s chambers for private, closed-door talks, after which in open court the judge said only that she would hear arguments next week on where the case should be heard.
A press release says Ramos, who has served two years as chairman of the SRC, resigned “to attend to recent, unexpected news within his family.”
Top brass from around the country are attending the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
When publisher Robert Hall fired Inquirer editor Bill Marimow last week, the feud among the owners of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News become public.
Even though Mayor Nutter is against it, Philadelphia City Council has voted unanimously to approve its own plan to provide $50 million for the school district.
A hearing over subpoenaed records in the fatal Market Street building collapse this spring was postponed Wednesday, but a Philadelphia architect is facing even more requests for documents.
Boy Scouts Troop 2 and Cub Scouts Pack 2 had been meeting at the Aldan Union Church since 1920.
A report from the Pew Charitable Trusts says Philadelphians are ‘wary’ about the city’s new “AVI” property tax system.
More than 300 local Boy Scouts are ‘camping out’ this weekend at Lighthouse Field, at Front and Erie Streets in North Philadelphia and will be taking part in activities such as, pioneering, first aid and other core scout skills.
Two of the Inquirer’s owners are suing its parent company and its publisher.
Before settling into the 24-foot, eleven-passenger canoes, guides assured them than none had tipped over in 30 years of the program.
The auction took place at the Simeone Automotive Museum, and the vehicles covered a broad range of manufacturing dates, from the early 1900s through the 1960s.
After an AARP roundtable discussion with hunger advocates in Philadelphia, the non-profit organization is working to come up with a follow-up report on the problem of hunger among people 50 and over.
Mayor Nutter joked that it would take him days to complete a marathon, with our without special shoes.