To bomb or not to bomb?
River Wards parents voice their concerns about the upcoming school year, their likes and dislikes about their kids’ schools, and their thoughts on the public school system — for better or worse.
Fishtown can expect some changes when hundreds more students enroll at the former middle school, which will now include grades 9-12.
Philly public school teachers need to suck it up
The timing was perfect for state Rep. Kevin Boyle.
Mayor Nutter announced that SEPTA's buses, trolleys and regional rail lines would halt service overnight Sunday. Schools and city offices are closed today, and the region is drenched in heavy rains. The worst gusts of wind from the Category One hurricane were expected between 4 p.m. Monday and 6 a.m. Tuesday.
— With former head coach Chris Riley stepping aside, Jim Adams takes the reins of the Northeast football program.
Mike Tomlinson, Republican candidate and life-long Philadelphian, hopes to topple longtime State Senator Mike Stack (R-5th dist.) in this November's election.
Last week, Carlton Williams, the new commissioner of the Dept. of Licenses and Inspections, discussed his plans for the office with the Port Richmond West Community Action Network.