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Mayor Nutter announces winners of the 2015 Richardson Dilworth Awards
First, Philadelphia City Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. entered his reelection kickoff party to a remix with this unforgettable hook: "Curtis. Jones. Junior, junior, junior."
Barbara McCabe, Director of Stewardship for the Parks and Recreation Department won the top prize for Distinguished Public Service. The recognition comes with a $5,000 check sponsored by Dilworth-Paxson and Independence Blue Cross.
UIL Holdings Corp. wasted little time setting a new course after its bid to buy the Philadelphia Gas Works failed.
Plus Milton signs up for Kenney; Dems back a Republican and anopther fattah runs for office.
Call it a mayoral race mystery. Just how did former State Sen. T. Milton Street Sr. come to sign the nomination petition for former City Councilman James F. Kenney last week?
Philadelphia's plan to bring in new revenue by requiring nonprofits and charities to justify their tax-exempt status is not receiving a warm reception.
A truly progressive, pro-teacher candidate rocks the Chicago's mayor's race...can it happen in Philadelphia?
A truly progressive, pro-teacher candidate rocks the Chicago's mayor's race...can it happen in Philadelphia?
On Wednesday night, the Democratic candidates for mayor appeared before a closed-door meeting of the teachers union to make their pitch for support.
Mayor Nutter announces winners of the 2015 Richardson Dilworth Awards
First, Philadelphia City Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. entered his reelection kickoff party to a remix with this unforgettable hook: "Curtis. Jones. Junior, junior, junior."
Barbara McCabe, Director of Stewardship for the Parks and Recreation Department won the top prize for Distinguished Public Service. The recognition comes with a $5,000 check sponsored by Dilworth-Paxson and Independence Blue Cross.
UIL Holdings Corp. wasted little time setting a new course after its bid to buy the Philadelphia Gas Works failed.
Plus Milton signs up for Kenney; Dems back a Republican and anopther fattah runs for office.
Democratic state Rep. Cherelle Parker, who is running to fill the 9th district council seat of her former boss and mentor, Councilwoman Marian Tasco, twice appealed the conviction.
There was some disconnect between the mayoral candidates' questionnaires and their interviews following the PFT endorsement Q&As.
Call it a mayoral race mystery -- Just how did former state Sen. T. Milton Street Sr. come to sign the nomination petition for former City Councilman Jim Kenney last week?
Philly’s female firefighters and paramedics have grown accustomed to inappropriate comments, contact and discrimination from male coworkers and bosses, many say.
One by one, lawyers stepped onto the stage in a West Philadelphia community center and gave 30-second pitches on why they should be elected judge.