The Philadelphia School District should permanently prohibit out-of-school suspensions of children through fifth grade, a group of child advocates says...
Congressman Tom MacArthur would seem an unlikely leader in the push to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Michelle Kolk, of Northeast Philadelphia, was a mother of two daughters.
Just before 9 p.m. at F and Westmoreland Streets, the victim was shot on the highway in in the chest, right leg, and left buttock. He was taken by police to Temple University Hospital.
Joseph J. Catrambone, of Deptford Township, was accused of sexually assaulting a girl under age 13 last October and a second girl under age 13 on two days in March.
Brendan’s father, D.J. Creato, told investigators he and his 17-year-old girlfriend had broken up several times because she disliked children.
State and local taxes may no longer offset federal taxable income.
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.
How does the NFL draft actually work? Do people watch it on television? And who the hell is Mr. Irrelevant?
Marla Travis-Curtis, the former principal of Lamberton Elementary, was improperly fired by the Philadelphia School District, three Commonwealth Court judges found. Cheating occurred at Lamberton, an arbitrator found, but Travis-Curtis was not a party to it.
“It needs to be exactly like this. It should tell it’s own story,” said Mary Previte, 84, of the yellow silk parachute she plans to return to the family of the man who helped rescue her from a prison camp during World War II.
At Abington's McKinley Elementary, students pitched in to help a watershed advocacy group save the stream. They planted 240 trees and shrubs, stabilized the eroded banks -- and found a vernal pool.
The Philadelphia Board of Ethics fined the district attorney's political action committee for not reporting $11,677 in spending in 2016, while a businessman accused of bribing him may be cooperating with the government.
Philly's temporary arena seats more than 3,000 people, with balconies on both sides, and is 310 feet wide and 220 feet deep.
He opened fire on police again Thursday morning.