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PLRB examiner Jack E. Marino will be scheduling hearings to decide whether union carpenters will be allowed to return.
An irate man barged into developer Ori Feibush’s City Council campaign headquarters today and claimed he had a gun, a law enforcement source told the Daily News.
Mayor Nutter on Friday named a diverse group of 24 people to oversee the implementation of the 91 recommendations made last month in a U.S. Department of Justice report that found that Philadelphia police used lethal force too often.
Standing in between a group of immigration advocates, Mayor Nutter on Friday said he supported President Obama's executive order providing temporary stay of deportation and a work permit to about 3.7 million immigrants who met certain qualifications.
The Liberty City Democratic Club endorsed mayoral candidate Jim Kenney in the race for mayor, Friday.
The latest in a series of ads done to tout Williams's campaign by American Cities, the SuperPAC financed by the group of wealthy businessmen who favor his pro-charter, pro-school choice stands.
Blue-collar lawyer William Ciancaglini tries to shake up the judicial race with some ’80s rock and a low-budget YouTube video.
Council paves way for more digital billboards; for every digital board that goes up, two old boards must come down.
Philadelphia's Democratic machine is officially staying out of the mayor's race. The party's longtime city chairman, U.S. Rep. Robert Brady, said Democratic leaders of the 69 wards were "split down the middle" on whom to endorse in the six-way May 19 primary field. He said the "lion's share" of support was for State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams and former City Councilman James F. Kenney.
Philadelphia City Council on Thursday passed sweeping billboard-regulation changes - the first major ones since the 1970s - that could mean fewer billboards but more digital displays.
PLRB examiner Jack E. Marino will be scheduling hearings to decide whether union carpenters will be allowed to return.
An irate man barged into developer Ori Feibush’s City Council campaign headquarters today and claimed he had a gun, a law enforcement source told the Daily News.
Mayor Nutter on Friday named a diverse group of 24 people to oversee the implementation of the 91 recommendations made last month in a U.S. Department of Justice report that found that Philadelphia police used lethal force too often.
Standing in between a group of immigration advocates, Mayor Nutter on Friday said he supported President Obama's executive order providing temporary stay of deportation and a work permit to about 3.7 million immigrants who met certain qualifications.
The Liberty City Democratic Club endorsed mayoral candidate Jim Kenney in the race for mayor, Friday.
T. Milton Street Sr., the former Pennsylvania state senator who served time in federal prison for unpaid taxes, will remain on the May 19 Democratic primary ballot for mayor, according to Commonwealth Court.
A month before the primary election, millions of dollars are flowing into the unprecedented race to fill three seats on Pennsylvania's Supreme Court.
After fainting during the first televised debate, she attended a candidates' forum Wednesday morning.
State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams accepted six campaign donations that exceeded the city's tough limits and wrongly made $62,927 from his Senate campaign account available for his Philadelphia mayoral run, the city Board of Ethics says.
The group says $12 million a year could be raised to help the residents stay in their neighborhoods as gentrification increases