Damon Oliver, 40, was sentenced as part of a plea deal to 9½-23 months in prison.
The PLCB’s Stacy Kriedeman says the state store system will not put powdered alcohol products, equally subject to state regulations, on its shelves.
The developer of a new $200-million upscale hotel and high-rise condo at Broad and Spruce Streets is now bringing in a world-recognized designer to figure out what the interior will look like.
Defense lawyers for the three Bucks County defendants charged with attacking a gay couple in Center City last September intend to file pre-trial motions.
A luxury high-rise developer is raising the bar even higher by breaking ground for 500 Walnut Street.
For the second time in two years, a mistrial has been declared in the sexual assault trial of a suspended Philadelphia priest. He was accused of abusing a 10-year-old altar boy in 1997, in the rectory of a parish in the Bridesburg section.
In its second full day of deliberations, the jury in the case of a suspended Philadelphia priest has told the judge they are “at an impasse”. He’s accused of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old altar boy in 1997. The judge told them to continue talking it over.
Approaching midday on Monday, jurors sent Judge Gwendolyn Bright a note asking whether the alleged victim’s testimony “was sufficient to convict.”
The Music Director of the Philadelphia Orchestra has been having his cake, and eating it too, this week, performing a works in his “40/40 Project,” while celebrating his 40th birthday.
“It’s mainly a plowing operation, but we are salting as well,” says Philadelphia streets commissioner David Perri.
Young scientists gathered to showcase their inventions at a Science Olympiad at Neumann University.
The report, commissioned by Pres. Obama, calls for external, independent investigations and outside prosecutors when police use deadly force.
Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, says attendance the first few days of the show is exceeding expectations, so he doesn’t think weather is a factor.
A sexual assault case against a Philadelphia priest is being replayed after the first one ended in a mistrial, just over a year ago.
A jury has heard opening statements in a sexual assault case against a Philadelphia priest, nearly a year after another jury was deadlocked after four days of deliberations, and a mistrial was declared.