Tariq El-Shabazz, a candidate for district attorney in Philadelphia, cries racism after a report citing complaints from some of his former clients.
The seven Democrats seeking to become Philadelphia’s next district attorney spent Thursday evening talking about regulating and prosecuting the city’s police officers.
The Democrats running for district attorney in Philadelphia have been trying for months to nationalize the race, for attention and campaign cash. A billionaire last week may have just accomplished that for them.
The sweetened-beverage tax has led to a 32 percent drop in sales, the company said Friday.
Recognizing "the significant positive contributions of immigrants" to Philadelphia's economy, City Council affirmed the right of everyone, regardless of immigration status, to earn a living.
Responding to a lawsuit, the city’s embattled district attorney accused Lynne Abraham and her co-plaintiff, attorney Richard Sprague, of trying to circumvent the process for removing elected officials.
Committee of Seventy and Philadelphia 3.0 have re-filed a lawsuit that demands the three city commissioner be replaced before the May 16 primary.
Solarize Philly will offer discounted installations and, separately, job training for students who seek a career in solar installations.
In accepting the backing of eight building trade unions, he vowed to help the unions by creating a labor liaison position within the District Attorney’s Office.
Standing on the sidelines during such a crucial election will, sadly, maintain the status quo
There were insults. There were accusations. And then there was a last-minute change to a last-minute change of candidates just hours before the Republican...
A new independent expenditure group with strong ties to the billionaire has registered in Philadelphia and plans to get involved in the May 16 Democratic primary election for district attorney.
Mayor Kenney’s proposal to revitalize the city’s parks, recreation centers, and libraries has run up against a problem: suggestions by some...
Perhaps the best way to avoid another large marijuana party raid like the one Saturday is to legalize marijuana altogether at the state level, Mayor Kenney said Monday.
Kenney said the amount of police resources used to bust the party at a Frankford warehouse Saturday night "may have been a little overkill."