Mayor Kenny Throws Support Behind Congressman Evans For Re-ElectionPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has endorsed Congressman Dwight Evans for re-election.
Council Hearings To Begin On Mayor Kenney's Proposed BudgetEight weeks of hearings on the Philadelphia city budget will begin Monday.
Kenney Expected To Push For Property Tax Hike In Proposed BudgetThe entire increase would go to fund the School District of Philadelphia, which is projecting a $900 million deficit in the next five years.
Nominating Panel Sends Mayor List Of Potential School Board MembersA nominating panel has sent Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney the names of 27 potential school board members.
Philadelphia Kicks Off Ambitious, Citywide Workforce Development EffortThe strategy is to work with employers to create career paths for people to get the skills needed for the jobs available.
Mayor Kenney Says No Eagles Jersey For William Penn StatueKenney says he wants the Eagles to win the big game. But his spokesman says he didn't want to risk jinxing the team by putting the jersey on the statue.
Mayor Kenney Declares 'Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation Day'On what would have been his 85th Birthday, Mayor Jim Kenney honored former Flyers owner Ed Snider's legacy by proclaiming January 6th as "Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation Day in Philadelphia.
Hola! Mayor Kenney Visits Students At Bilingual Charter SchoolMayor Kenney today made the 105th school visit of his term -- this time, to a charter that teaches in both English and Spanish.
Mayor Welcomes Return Of Army-Navy Game To PhiladelphiaThe 118th meeting of the two service academies takes place Saturday, Dec. 9.
Mayor Kenney: 'Lone Wolf' Attacks Are Difficult To Predict, StopThe mayor says his counterparts in New York are as good as it gets in stopping terrorism, but folks can't "stop their lives or hide."
Kenney On Trump's Travel Ban Plan: 'His Twitter Thumbs Doomed His Position'Now that two federal judges have blocked President Trump's new travel ban, Mayor Jim Kenney says Mr. Trump should not hold his breath facing another long series of court hearings.
City Launches Initiative To Reduce Energy UsagePhiladelphia is launching an effort to cut municipal energy usage -- and to reduce the city's carbon footprint.
Philly's Commission For Women Delivers Findings On 'State Of Women And Girls' To MayorThe Philadelphia Commission For Women has delivered its findings to the mayor on what the city can do to help better the lives of its female residents.
Philly's Sweetened Beverage Tax Still Not Meeting ProjectionsRevenue from Philadelphia's sweetened beverage tax continues to lag behind expectations. But city officials still say it's not time to revise their projections.
22 Philly Public Schools To Receive New Full-Time Social WorkersThe School Reform Commission on Thursday is expected to approve putting social workers directly in those schools.