In Philadelphia and across the region, eliminating the fear of violence in the educational process is a priority.
It’s been less than two weeks since the government shutdown ended and America averted a default. The debate, however, is just beginning.
Members of the High School class of 2013 offered their perspective on the future as they get set to move on to the next chapter’s in their life.
With a new cigarette tax and pressure for other revenue the president of Philadelphia’s city council is still hoping to keep the schools intact.
These are tough times for newspapers and nowhere is the survival battle being fought harder than in Philadelphia.
“The Iran and Syrian crises are linked with Iran trying to bolster the regime in Syria. In the meantime the U.S. and Israel are watching who has control of the weapons in Syria,” says Elad Strohmater, deputy consul general for Israel.
By Special Contributor Larry Kane PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The president of Philadelphia city council is taking on a higher profile and talking vigorously about fighting crime. Darrell Clarke is looking at new initiatives like advertising […]
The inaugural fever is raging in Washington, but what about the mission that follows the big party?
It’s just two days until the New Year. So, what are the trends to look for in 2013?
For both parties, it’s a fight to the finish.
Philadelphia area Doctor Lauren Van Scoy has written a book called “Last Wish”. It’s about facing the end of life in different ways.