Under a new plan, middle and high schoolers in the Main Line community would get to sleep in longer — but elementary students would start more than an hour earlier. And their parents aren’t happy.
After eight years at the Animal Care Centers of New York City, Aurora Velazquez is taking on Philly’s open-admissions shelter.
The Supreme Court justice will visit the National Museum of American Jewish History.
You don’t even need a telescope.
The new policy, to be implemented sometime next year, is meant to reduce barriers to using the library — and a lot of people are breathing a little sigh of relief.
Buildings and the regional electricity grid that powers them are the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in Philly.
Here’s what happened this week — and what’s coming next for the controversial policy.
This time, the charges involve an employee of Energy Transfer, the company that owns the cross-state pipeline project.
The best item on the list? Tickets to the Mayor’s Box at the Wells Fargo Center.
We caught up with the founding director of Penn’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy to discuss how city officials could have a say in what’s next for the contentious Southwest Philly site.
And with this, holiday spirit is officially (up) in the air.
The invasive bug is unlikely to hitch a ride into your home on your tree, experts say.
The state auditor general says Pennsylvania has failed to make a serious plan to deal with the effects of global warming.
Officials said the smell emanating from the refinery, which could go up for auction in January, is under control.
Also new this year at the Christmas Village in LOVE Park and Dilworth Park: a holiday train.