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An attendance clerk at Woodrow Wilson High School filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Superior Court in Camden County alleging attendance inflation by her superiors and the Camden School District.
JEFFREY WALKER, the veteran Philly narcotics cop who was federally charged yesterday with allegedly robbing a drug dealer, has been the subject of 18 Internal Affairs complaints during his career.
The church in Society Hill celebrates its 250th anniversary this weekend.
A Northeast Philadelphia couple have been charged with third-degree murder in the death of their 7-month-old son last month.
Poor Gov. Corbett says he can't find any Latino staffers. We try to help him find some.
FBI agents arrested a Philadelphia police officer for allegedly stealing $15,000 from a drug dealer earlier this week.
A week after Philadelphia School Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. said he was targeting seniority in the teachers' contract to win support from Republican lawmakers for more state aid for the cash-strapped district, the city's Democratic legislative delegation is scheduled to meet with him Thursday to discuss its concerns.
HARRISBURG - A brief exchange of comments videotaped during an effort to reach out to Latino leaders last week in Philadelphia has created a new wave of controversy for Gov. Corbett.
Police impounded 26 ATVs and dirt bikes under a law first enforced last month stiffening penalties for illegal riders
A women's-rights lawyer said Wednesday that federal suits had been filed against several U.S. colleges, including Swarthmore College, alleging that the schools did not properly handle students' sexual-assault allegations.
Demonstration closes off traffic at Center City hotel during event hosted by Nutter.
DESPITE OBJECTIONS from the Nutter administration, a City Council Committee approved a bill yesterday that would allow anyone contesting a new property assessment under the Actual Value Initiative to pay the old tax bill until the appeal is resolved.
Amid the pomp and circumstance of graduation season, retired Army Command Sgt. Maj. Michele S. Jones addresses a banquet audience of 300.
BELMAR, N.J. - Gov. Christie, whose state was beset by a major storm last year and then by squabbling in Congress over disaster aid, said Wednesday that Oklahoma's tornado victims deserve "swift and immediate" help, and federal lawmakers have said they are likely to get it.
The leader of the New Jersey Assembly is trying to block the entire list of 176 construction projects at colleges and universities across the state while she seeks answers to how decisions were made on the $1.3 billion in grants.
Camden and Gloucester Counties both saw an increase in the percentage of children living in poverty from 2010 to 2011, while in Burlington County, median family income dropped and more than half of the county's families paid more than the recommended 30 percent of income for housing, according to a new study released Wednesday.
The day after he replaced his Facebook picture with that of a shotgun shell, a Chester County man shot and killed his longtime girlfriend, officials said.
Philadelphia continues to grow, according to new Census Bureau figures. The city’s population rose by 9,040 from the one-year period from July...
A 37-year-old man was arrested Wednesday in connection with a case in which a pair of letters containing the deadly poison ricin were discovered in Washington state last week.
A Chechen immigrant was shot to death by authorities in central Florida early Wednesday after he turned violent while being questioned about his ties to one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, officials said.
SEPTA doesn't have enough engineers to run all of its trains all of the time. On Saturday, eight Regional Rail trains were canceled because of crew shortages, and engineers say the problem is chronic and may get worse.
More than two dozen bar and restaurant owners across New Jersey may have used cheap booze poured from top-shelf bottles to overcharge customers, the state Attorney General's Office announced Wednesday.
A Philadelphia Police narcotics officer was suspended today with intent to dismiss after being charged in an daring scheme to rob drug dealers. Jeffrey...
Catherine and Herbert Schaible, the Philadelphia faith-healing couple convicted once of manslaughter for allowing their sick toddler to die, were charged Wednesday with third-degree murder in the death of another son, infant Brandon.
A homeless man was charged in New York City last night in an attack on a well-known promoter in the Philadelphia gay nightlife scene. Gornell Roman...
The smattering of city voters who went to the polls for Tuesday's primary picked 12 would-be judges, including three potential new members of Traffic Court, an institution so steeped in corruption that state lawmakers are trying to abolish it.
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