Little Flower Catholic High School student Brooke Nugent, 16, spent a day shadowing L&I chief Fran Burns. Nugent learned a lot.
City councilman Mark Squilla (D-1st dist.) visited last week’s meeting of the Olde Richmond Civic Association to discuss his plans to help improve the neighborhood with the support of local residents.
In this week's Riverward Rant, columnist Joe Quigley looks at the war on drugs (and the - possibly more winnable - war on cockfighting.)
Democratic candidate for state representative, William Dunbar, makes his case in hopes of unseating longtime representative John Taylor (R-177th dist.).
Filmmaker Jamie Moffett has started the Kensington Renewal Initiative, a new program, through which he hopes to restore dilapidated properties and move drug dealers off corners throughout Kensington.
A state law designed to crack down on DWS — driving while stupid — that goes into effect Thursday shows just how tone-deaf members of the Pennsylvania Legislature really are.
Vandalism victim’s in a forgiving mood