One attendee said his biggest challenge is translating his military experience into words that are revelant to civilian jobs.
Philadelphia police say a Harrisburg lobbyist has been arrested on rape charges.
Chris celebrates Wawa’s 50th anniversary and discusses a man arrested for jogging naked on the Main Line. He talks to former Wawa CEO Howard Stoeckel and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
The list of honorees includes Joan Myers Brown of Philadanco and former CBS-3 reporter and host Trudy Haynes.
At the Union League, Moyer presented the first “Legends” Award on behalf of his foundation to Hamels.
Women leaders from the greater Philadelphia area will get tips tomorrow on how to “lean in” and move up the corporate ladder.
Mayor Chuck Cahn (at lectern) has reached out to county and state officials, asking to use “open space” conservation money to make a competitive bid for the bankrupt Woodcrest Country Club.
A university student sued college officials who insisted she purchase a mandatory food plan that made no accommodations for her food allergy to gluten, which was placed under the umbrella of “Americans with Disabilities Act.”
Even if you’re a member of the country’s highest court, run afoul of the Philadelphia Parking Authority and you’ll find a ticket on your windshield.
Governor Romney’s day started early at the Union League, first courting big money donors, then a midday rally at Valley Forge Military Academy.
Chris interviews Vice-Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan at rally in West Chester. He also talks to Ann Coulter about her new book, Mugged, which is out in September, and voices his opposition to Todd Akin staying in his race for Senate in Missouri.
Businessman Ken Wong says, normally, his classmates headed for prestigious colleges get all the honors, so Wong organized this dinner for Nicoletti and others like him.
Chris is very exicted for opening day of the Phillies season. He talks to an opponent on gambling in Valley Forge, reviews last night’s Pennsylvania Republican Senate Primary Debate with Dom Giordano and allegations that Mitt Romney used sandwiches to buy votes in Wisconsin.
“We receive applications from women on a daily basis who need help with their financial bills.” host and cancer survivor Melanie Finley explains.
The parade – marking the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War – is set to get under way at 10 a.m. outside the National Constitution Center on Arch Street.