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The two men who stole thousands from an armored car Thursday also robbed another armored car in October.
About 50 students, activists and labor leaders marched to call for an increase in the state minimum wage.
T. Milton Street Sr., the 73-year-old former state legislator who served time in federal prison for unpaid taxes, says he will run for mayor in 2015.
City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson said he recently stopped the sale of two vacant city-owned lots in Point Breeze to a developer because the parcels were a good fit for a new affordable-housing strategy.
The mayor signed an executive order that makes it harder for ICE to request that people be detained.
PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia on Wednesday moved to the forefront of a national movement to protect immigrants from deportation over minor and nonviolent crimes.
Mayor Nutter today signed an executive order that limits the city's cooperation with detainer requests from the federal Immigration and Customers Enforcement...
Prisons Commissioner Louis Giorla, faced with questions during a budget hearing Wednesday about use of overtime in city prisons that topped $35 million in 2013, blamed the spending on prisoner population and guard vacancies.
PHILADELPHIA When Dien Binh Chau, a naturalized citizen, went to his polling place in South Philadelphia recently, he needed help understanding the ballot. With no municipal interpreter present, poll workers turned to a stranger on the street, who just happened to speak Vietnamese.
Organizers may have to raise more than $70 million to bring Pope Francis to Philly.
About 50 students, activists and labor leaders marched to call for an increase in the state minimum wage.
The two men who stole thousands from an armored car Thursday also robbed another armored car in October.
Councilman David Oh and his party are at odds over the "resign-to-run" rule.
PHILADELPHIA The 18-story city office building at the foot of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, formerly the headquarters for Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, will be closed through the weekend as contractors try to repair the building's elevators, damaged by water from a broken pipe.
The mayor signed an executive order that makes it harder for ICE to request that people be detained.
The city office building at the foot of the Ben Franklin Parkway will be closed through the weekend because of elevator damage caused by a broken water pipe.
With its ornate halls, fine dining and strict dress code, the Union League isn't the type of place you'd associate with Pope Francis and his humble vision...
Federal probation officials want activist to stop associating with his fellow "Panic Hour" members.
T. Milton Street Sr., the 73-year-old former state legislator who served time in federal prison for unpaid taxes, says he will run for mayor in 2015.
City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson said he recently stopped the sale of two vacant city-owned lots in Point Breeze to a developer because the parcels were a good fit for a new affordable-housing strategy.