Philadelphia Welcomes British DiplomatMayor Kenney and the city of Philadelphia rolled out the red carpet for a British diplomat at the Ritz-Carlton.
Officer Hartnett Receives Valor AwardMore than 40 Philadelphia police officers received special awards for their actions - on and off-duty - at a Commendation Ceremony Wednesday that included honors for valor, bravery and heroism.
Green Party Lawyers Push For Audit Of Philadelphia Voting MachinesGreen Party backed lawyers, who are gambling on an emergency hearing on Friday before a federal court judge on their effort for a statewide recount in Pennsylvania, played out their hand at the local level, before a Common Pleas Court Judge.
Green Party Campaign Wants Judge To Order Recount, Forensic Audit Of PA Voting MachinesCounsel for Jill Stein want a federal court judge to call for an immediate recount of paper ballots in optical scan counties
At Market Street Building Collapse Civil Trial: Enter Former Chief Justice CastilleRetired Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ron Castille's brief appearance at the Market Street building collapse civil trial became the subject of debate in the courtroom, without the jury present.
Sweeney: Hiring 20 New Judges In NJ Will Reduce Prison Time For Defendants Unable To Afford BailNew Jersey will implement bail system reforms in January that supporters say will "promote racial justice," in part, by hiring more judges.
41st Bridge Reopens After More Than 20 Years Of DetoursOn the Belmont side, outside Second Antioch Baptist Church, folks rejoiced.
Phila. Police Officer Charged With Attempted Murder After Allegedly Shooting SonAccording to DA Williams, the officer allegedly shot his son following a confrontation inside of their residence.
Pro-Choice Catholics Welcome Pope's Extension On Abortion ForgivenessCatholics for Choice president Jon O'Brien believes the Pope is taking a "much more pastoral, rather than political approach."
Mayor Kenney Presents Action Plan To Take Phila. Closer To William Penn's Green Country Towne"It's hard to remember that eight years ago, our residential recycling rate was about 5 percent."
Area Students Write Essays 'Should We Do Away With Electoral College?'In a post-election critique, there is talk about whether the Electoral College should be abolished. Area students took up the issue in an essay contest.
Philly Bike-Share Program Hits Major MilestoneA million rides, and counting. Philadelphia's Bike-Share system has reached the double-comma trip milestone more quickly than many anticipated.