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Citywide ballots on Tuesday will be organized into four party columns: Democratic, Republican, Green and Vote for Ines. Who is Ines and what did she do to score such impressive real estate?
Clarke, Tasco, to hold hearings on "best use" of gas utility.
It would have been just a drop in the bucket - a $418 million drop in a $5 billion bucket.
City Council unanimously approved a measure on Thursday that would make it a crime to harm someone because of sexual orientation, gender identity, or disabilities.
Regardless of how the events are being spun in City Hall, it seems increasingly clear that Mayor Nutter's plan to sell the Philadelphia Gas Works was dead on arrival.
City Council torpedoed Mayor Nutter’s plan to sell PGW today after Council President Darrell Clarke determined that results from an independent...
Nutter calls decision a "cop-out," as analysis report is released after months of delay.
During remarks Tuesday at the International Association of Gaming Regulators in Center City, Mayor Nutter urged the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to finally vote on the second casino license in Philadelphia.
Mayor offers his qualified support for app-based ride-sharing to compete with Philadelphia taxis, while parking authority continues push to shut it down.
Citywide ballots on Tuesday will be organized into four party columns: Democratic, Republican, Green, and Vote for Ines. Who is Ines and what did she do to score such impressive real estate?
It would have been just a drop in the bucket - a $418 million drop in a $5 billion bucket.
Clarke, Tasco, to hold hearings on "best use" of gas utility.
City Council unanimously approved a measure on Thursday that would make it a crime to harm someone because of sexual orientation, gender identity, or disabilities.
Mayor Nutter and his allies are holding out hope to salvage the $1.86 billion Philadelphia Gas Works sale, and are applying enormous pressure on City Council to reconsider its surprise announcement on Monday that it was scuttling the deal without taking a vote.
Heard in the Hall: Councilwoman Marian B. Tasco - who chairs the body that oversees PGW, the Philadelphia Gas Commission - introduced a resolution Thursday to hold hearings to discuss the future of Philadelphia as an energy hub.The resolution was approved unanimously.
Councilman's bill would regulate use of drones for public or private use.
Citywide ballots on Tuesday will be organized into four party columns: Democratic, Republican, Green and Vote for Ines. Who is Ines and what did she do to score such impressive real estate?
In a deal that would preserve his state pension, former Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Willis W. Berry Jr. will plead guilty to criminal charges that he used his judicial office and court staff to operate his private real estate business, Berry's lawyer confirmed Wednesday.
Council bill would put the brakes on for-profit parking-spot-saving apps.
Regardless of how the events are being spun in City Hall, it seems increasingly clear that Mayor Nutter's plan to sell the Philadelphia Gas Works was dead on arrival.