Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has been charged with illegally leaking confidential information about a former state prosecutor, then lying about it under oath.
As if anyone in the Abraham Lincoln High School parking lot on Aug. 4 needed any reminder what National Night Out is all about (they didn’t), police officers and commanders gave them a quick demonstration.
In his second ballot appearance in less than three months, Ed Neilson was victorious in the 174th Legislative District’s special election.
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Philadelphians are used to voting in spring primaries and fall general elections, but residents of the 174th Legislative District will be casting ballots on what will probably be a warm summer day.
Officially, the Torresdale Branch Library closed without warning on July 7, but regular visitors to the popular community destination probably had a feeling it was going to happen.
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A clash between Frankford community leaders and SEPTA over the agency’s planned construction of a new $12 million control center and a $9.7-million district office near the Frankford Terminal eased last Thursday when agency officials said they would help bring a new supermarket to the neighborhood.
The family behind New Jersey’s landmark “Amelia’s Law” last Friday joined state Sen. John Sabatina Jr. to promote his effort to pass similar legislation in Pennsylvania.
State Sen. John Sabatina has joined Pennsylvania’s Department of Military and Veterans Affairs in calling for the state Senate to reconvene to preserve a bonus program for veterans that will expire before the next scheduled session day.