Voter turnout for millennial voters in Philadelphia surged in the May primary election, even if it came up to just 10 percent after registered at 3 percent four years ago.
PA GOP Chairman Val DiGiorgio talks about the 2017 race to take back the Governor's Office and knocks the investigation into Russian interference of the 2016 presidential election as a "made-up" scandal to stymie President Trump's agenda.
A Philadelphia public school teacher used a billboard and banner plane to draw attention to stalled contract talks. And then the Philadelphia Board of Ethics came calling, saying that makes him a lobbyist who must register with the city.
Mayor Kenney's office says it's a tradition for Philly mayors to travel abroad when new international routes are established. Not exactly, it turns out. Maybe he just wanted to go to Iceland.
Voters last week nominated a candidate who actually had dropped out in March. Now, a new candidate will be subbed in.
Michael Untermeyer spent a bundle in Tuesday’s Democratic primary election — $104 per vote! — trying to win the party’s nomination...
It wouldn’t be a Philadelphia election if candidates didn’t wake up and discover that they had been unceremoniously cut from sample ballots by certain ward leaders.
Has Philadelphia’s love of playful pop-up parks and life-affirming beer gardens taken an X-rated turn?
Campaign tricksters for Controller Alan Butkovitz bought website domains mentioning challenger Rebecca Rhynhart and redirected readers back to his own site.
Seth Williams can’t buy a break.
Oh, God, you’re thinking, more financial drama for our embattled district attorney?
Bear with us, dear...
Former Philadelphia mob boss Ralph Natale – believed to be the first sitting La Cosa Nostra boss to testify against his own crime family –...
Can the number of times you flush your toilet and turn on your lights determine if you are eligible to be on the ballot for a state House district?
Tariq El-Shabazz, who until this week was the top deputy to District Attorney Seth Williams, told WURD-AM Thursday morning he is “approximately...
Mayor Kenney still loves Race Street Café for an evening meal in Old City. But he apparently prefers a racier establishment when he manages to...
Lew Blum is not happy. In fact, he's downright miserable.
Yes, we're talking about Mr. Unauthorized Parking Prohibited, the towing mogul with so many friggin' signs plastered around this city that our colleague Inga Saffron once called Blum "one of Philadelphia's biggest celebrities."
Clout has a bone to pick with City Hall. What else is new, right?
But this one's important, the solution is simple, and anyone who values government transparency in Philadelphia should join us in this particular bone-picking.
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