Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Wednesday's DN --Months after water main break residents say $500k not enough for damages

After water-main break in Southwest Center City, residents say the $500,000 the city is liable to give is not enough.

Wednesday's DN --Months after water main break residents say $500k not enough for damages

After water-main break in Southwest Center City, residents say the $500,000 the city is liable to give is not enough.

A Common Pleas judge upholds arbitration award for firefighters.

City Controller Alan Butkovitz will conduct an audit to find out why so many provisional ballots were cast Election Day.

A former Prince George’s County chief financial officer who was removed in the mist of scandal will become Philadelphia’s new CFO.

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