Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter outlined some of his priorities for the upcoming year before more than 1,400 business leaders in an address to the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce.
Judge Patrick Dugan today ruled that Jonathan Josey was not guilty of simple assault when he struck Aida Guzman in the face.
If you check the Hollywood A-list for film editors, William Goldenberg’s name comes up quite often. He won the Oscar for editing the film “Argo.”
The Philadelphia Ethics Board says the William Penn Foundation did not violate city lobbying regulations when it was approached by the city for initiatives the city was supporting.
The nasty legal fight between fired Philadelphia Housing Authority Executive Director Carl Greene and the agency is over. They’re settling out of court, and will present it to a judge on Monday.
The process of installing a wheelchair ramp out front of the 18th century Whithall House Museum in Red Bank Battlefield Park unearthed some ancient and not-so-ancient artifacts.
The appreciative audience of schoolkids at the Scottish Rite Auditorium listened as the orchestra played Camille Saint-Saen’s “Carnival of the Animals,” with two pianos.
Kimmel Center president and chief executive Anne Ewers says the theme this year is, “If you had a time machine, where would you go?”
One of Philadelphia’s spiritual and historic institutions, the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, has won two ‘Telly Awards.’
Judge Jeffrey Minehart took over Valentine’s Day marriage duties from Judge Bernard Goodheart in 2005.
The six applicants who are in a spirited competition for a second casino license to be issued in Philadelphia all made their presentations during an all-day hearing on Tuesday before the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The new race, called the Philly Cycling Classic, will have a shorter course that will be more concentrated in Manayunk, Roxborough, and East Falls.
Richard McDonough, of the Valley Forge-based nonprofit “America Responds With Love” (far left), says they will be planting seven varieties of bulbs, which will not only bloom this spring but return year after year.
UPDATE: Some Threats Removed After Philadelphia DA Takes On Facebook Over Alleged Witness Intimidation
Some of the threatening posts on a man’s Facebook page have now been removed, announced Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams.
There will be a professional bike race the first weekend in June, but it won’t be put on by the organizers who’ve done it the last 28 years.
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