Even as City Hall and Philadelphia’s firefighters union embarked on new contract arbitration last week, Mayor Michael Nutter yielded ground in his administration’s prolonged legal war with firefighters over their recently expired 2009 contract.
The 2013 court reporting graduating class at Orleans Technical Institute is the biggest class in the program’s history.
A Bustleton home so infested with vermin that it was declared unfit for human habitation likely won’t be demolished by the city even though the Department of Licenses and Inspections also posted it as structurally unsafe.
The Legacy Youth Tennis and Education program kicked off on June 25, but there’s still time for kids to enroll at one of six sites in the Northeast.
A possible River Wards history museum; 'slumlord millionaire' sentenced to prison, and a former cop from Port Richmond charged with rape.
— Khayri Washington’s three-pointer with 13 seconds remaining gave Bartram the 52-51 win.
In almost a decade at Franklin Towne Charter, girls basketball coach Brianna O’Donnell has brought with her a winner’s mentality.
The Philadelphia Bar Association, a state Supreme Court justice and the majority leader of the Pennsylvania Senate are all calling for continued reforms at Philadelphia Traffic Court after a dozen people associated with the troubled court were criminally charged last week.
“You know, don’t you, that your testimony is completely false?” a defense attorney on Wednesday asked a former Northeast man who had testified that two priests and a Catholic lay teacher had molested him when he was 10 and 11 years old.