A top Veterans Affairs administrator in Philadelphia insisted Wednesday that the pictures of Oscar the Grouch peppered around its internal training guide were not meant to depict cranky veterans.
In a city with more than 2,000 child-care and preschool facilities, just 15 percent are considered "high quality" by education advocates. And information about them is tough to come by.
Bucks company fined for storing hazardous waste in Chesco A Bucks County company was ordered to pay $1.2 million in fines and sentenced to five years probation for illegally storing explosive hazardous waste, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday.
They felt the love. For 41/2 jubilant, noisy, hot, and at times slightly weird hours, the 12 members of the Taney Dragons Little League team, and their parents, siblings, friends, coaches, and variations thereof, took a bow to a citywide standing ovation.
Temple University is examining allegations raised in a student newspaper that a former head coach of track and field verbally abused, intimidated, and compromised the safety of his athletes, the chairman of the university board of trustees said Wednesday.