While marijuana consumers are enjoying an open retail market in Washington and Colorado the race is on for the first state on the East Coast to end prohibition...
Once a Democratic fund-raising power broker known to hobnob with mayors and congressmen alike, Samuel G. Kuttab is headed to back to prison - this time for using his political influence in an attempt to fix a case in Philadelphia Municipal Court.
Ed Grose knows pressure. He's a world-class rower who won gold at the Pan American Games. But this summer, as head of the Greater Philadelphia Hotel Association, he finds himself in one of the toughest heats of his career.
Philadelphia’s overtime expenses increased for the fourth year in a row. The city spent $159 million in overtime in fiscal year 2015, which ended June 30, according to the city’s fourth quarter report. The total spent was $37.6 million over what had been budgeted.
The president of West Chester University will lead a national contingent of state university presidents on a one-week trip to Cuba to foster student and faculty exchange programs, research collaboration and other partnerships.
A small, smoky fire, quickly put out by firefighters using an extinguisher on Wednesday afternoon, has led to the immediate closure of 915 Spring Garden St., a large old Reading Railroad building that has held about 100 artist studios for more than three decades.