Ballot Question Will Ask Voters To Make Commission On African-American Males PermanentMayor Nutter signed a bill putting the question on the next ballot.
Philly Police Step Up Mosque Patrols After Discovery Of Pig's HeadThe police department meanwhile hopes to enhance security video that shows someone throwing the animal's head out the passenger door of a red pickup truck, Commissioner Charles Ramsey said Tuesday.
Ed Rendell: Trump And Nutter Both WrongFormer Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell was critical of Donald Trump's proposal to ban Muslims from coming into the US, but also Michael Nutter's suggestion to ban Trump from Philadelphia.
Nutter On Donald Trump: "He's Taken A Page From The Playbook Of Hitler""If I had the power, the only banning that would be done is that I would ban him from Philadelphia. We don't have any room for that kind of stupidity here."
Philadelphia's Incoming Mayor Was Fellow Classmate Of Michael NutterNutter and Kenney both graduated from St. Joe’s Prep in the 70s.
Mayor Nutter Asks Philly Residents To Participate In 'Day Of Kindness'There are several elements behind this kindness initiative, including Philadelphia's 333rd birthday, the Dalai Lama and J Nathan Bazzel, executive director of the Day of Kindness.
Reports That Inspectors Are Ignoring New Rules For Demolitions Prompts InvestigationIt's the first crack in the mayor's unwavering defense of his L and I commissioner.
Mayor Nutter Endorses City Council Candidate From Outside His PartyPhiladelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has endorsed four city council candidates, including an independent candidate running for one of seven at-large seats.
Controller, Mayor In "War of Words" Following Licenses And Inspections CriticismMayor Nutter says the department has made and continues to make reforms, since a Center City building collapse killed six people.
Commissioner Ramsey Says All Officers Assigned To 12-Hour Shifts During Papal VisitPhiladelphians should have no fear about public safety outside of Center City during the Pope's visit.
Philadelphia Receives $1.5M For Bike Share ExpansionThe grant from the William Penn Foundation will go towards the installation of 24 new Indego stations, adding to the 72 others already in place in neighborhoods throughout the city.