'More About Convenience Than Corruption’: Former Philadelphia City Representative Pleads Guilty To Stealing Nearly $20,000Despite pleading guilty, Peterkin-Bell maintains she wasn't living a "lavish lifestyle."
Ex-Philadelphia City Rep Accused Of Public Corruption Heading To TrialThe alleged purchases were made while Peterkin-Bell worked as former Mayor Michael Nutter's aide.
Former Philadelphia City Representative Charged With Using Mayor's Fund To Book Posh Vacations, FlightsPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced criminal charges on Tuesday against a former Philadelphia city representative.
Controller Issues New Allegations Of Questionable Spending Against Past Officials In Nutter AdministrationThe controller is calling on former city officials under the Michael Nutter administration to reimburse the fund more than $200,000.
Philadelphia Welcoming Homeland Security Chief With Pitch For 2016 DNC Security FundingIn past years, the feds have given cities that host political conventions upwards of $50 million for security.
Full Weekend Of Activities As Philadelphia Marathon ReturnsIt's Marathon weekend in Philadelphia, with tens of thousands of runners taking on the 26.2 miles of city street and much more.
City Officials Vow Smoother Experience For Second "Made In America" ConcertLess than three weeks before the second "Made In America" concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, promoters and the city have yet to sign a contract -- and residents near the venue are worried about repeats of last year's headaches.
'Made In America' Fest, With Jay-Z, Returning For 2nd Year To Ben Franklin ParkwayLast year's two-day "Made in America" festival during the Labor Day weekend drew thousands, and according to city officials provided a big boost to the local economy with hotel and restaurant bookings.
City of Philadelphia Moves To Improve Its Position In Use of Social MediaNot satisfied with the status quo, the Nutter administration plans a bigger push in that direction.