September is a good month to get acquainted with some of your neighbors.
State attorneys are working to develop a legal brief in response to a federal lawsuit that challenges the commonwealth’s ban on same-sex marriage. A response is due next Monday.
The Philadelphia police community is mourning the unexpected death of an officer who not only served the city through her job, but helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities.
Back to school the theme of Sept. 14 event
City looking for its next poet laureate
Six patrol officers who made arrests in three violent crimes have been honored by the 2nd Police District Advisory Council and Capt. Frank Palumbo, the district’s commander, as officers of the month — for May, June and July.
When is a tax break not a tax break?
It’s all nonsense, so don’t fall for it.
U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, a Democratic candidate for governor, last week proposed a 5-percent natural gas severance tax to make record investments in education and transportation.
Second in a series of profiles of the candidates running for Allyson Schwartz’s congressional seat.