Archive: June, 2008
Catherine LuceyMayor Nutter today appointed an official with the state Department of Public Welfare as the new commissioner of the Department of Human Services.
Anne Marie Ambrose currently serves as the director of the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Service at the DPW. Before that she spent five years as a deputy commissioner of DHS.
She'll start work June 23.
Catherine LuceyBob Warner reports that Art Museum Chief Executive Anne D'Harnoncourt died unexpectedly this morning.
Update: We just spoke with Mayor Nutter about the sudden death. He said he was "stunned," calling D'Harnoncourt a "tremendous person, full of life."
"Anne could have worked anywhere she wanted," Nutter said. "We were fortunate to have her."
Catherine LuceyObviously the big story today is the federal probe into whether CBS 3 anchor Larry Mendte read former co-worker Alycia Lane's private emails.
But in other news:
The new schools CEO starts today.
And the city was hit with four weekend killings.
Up today: Mayor Nutter will make an announcement about the Department of Human Services.