City Controller Alan Butkovitz and the Department of Licenses and Inspections have apparently resolved their dispute over demolition records by L&I's giving the controller's auditors access to the department's computer system.
Four men were arrested and a kilogram of drugs seized at a Center City waterfront hotel room Friday night, city police said Saturday.
Ellen Greenlee, the longtime head of the Defender Association of Philadelphia, who began her professional life as a high school language teacher and went on to develop and expand one of the nation's most prominent public-interest law agencies, on Tuesday announced her retirement effective March 1, 2015...
So who is the messiest person in Center City?
Tom Knox believes it must be he - at least based on the $5,600 bill he said he received four months ago from the Center City District.
In many prep schools, the founders are framed pictures on the walls. At the Philadelphia School, the founders are friends who still stop by for school functions.
Pa. and N.J. were among 5 states that lost out on federal charter school start-up money, which would have helped schools cover preliminary costs.
Mayor Nutter staunchly defended Obama's performance in office, saying during a Sunday appearance on Meet the Press that the president "has done a great job."
July just missed setting yet another heat record in Philadelphia.
In July 1957, Patrick Gibson's father - a Reading Railroad engineer - had just died in a train crash, but the 11-year-old boy found it within himself to send his allowance to the Philadelphia Police Department.
As City Council moves toward approving red-light cameras near City Hall, drivers have been raising questions and concerns.
"What if I run a yellow light and the light turns red while I am in the intersection?" asked Steve Moritz, 50, a business analyst from Somerdale.