Around 10 Tuesday morning, Debra Dippold stopped by her doctor's office in Pennsauken to pick up a prescription. On an impulse, she brought flowers.
Communities in the region that now are eligible to install red-light cameras at troubling intersections are proceeding with caution. Gov. Corbett signed a bill in July permitting municipalities with more than 20,000 residents and a state-accredited police agency to install the controversial cameras.
Gov. Corbett's administration - along with city and state officials - is working to assemble a funding package that could pump as much as $100 million more into the coffers of the Philadelphia School District, according to sources with knowledge of the high-level talks.
The smiling face on the T-shirts is Anjeanette Maldonado, frozen in time at 17, with adulthood and her dream of being a commercial artist on the horizon.
HARRISBURG - Wine, beer, and liquor, all under one roof. Buying alcoholic beverages in Pennsylvania should be that simple, according to a key Republican legislator who made public Tuesday his long-awaited version of a plan to privatize the sale of wine and spirits in the state.
Roseline Conteh died doing what she loved: being a mother to everyone. Conteh, 52, was shopping at the Salvation Army thrift shop at 22d and Market Streets for clothes to send home back to Sierra Leone for friends and family who couldn't afford them. The mother of nine died June 5 when the building collapsed.
Philadelphia police leaders will meet July 10 with the U.S. Department of Justice to discuss the first stage of a federal review of the department’s lethal force policies, Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey announced today.