Temple University officials plan to raise board rates by 4.8 percent for 2017-18 – and they say the soda tax is to blame. The Inquirer reports […]
Mayor Jim Kenney unveiled his budget today in an address to City Council, calling on more funding to fight poverty in the nation’s poorest big […]
Mayor Jim Kenney usually looks sad. Ed Rendell told him he needed to smile more, possibly appending “sweetie” onto the end of his advice. Philadelphia […]
Last week, Pennsylvania senator and Education Committee chair John Eichelberger reportedly claimed that students in some “inner city” neighborhoods need “less intensive” programs. This week, Mayor Jim […]
Growing up outside Princeton, Mike Nieves was a Lego enthusiast by the time he was two years old. Now he’s turned that passion into a […]
In case you haven’t heard, yesterday on SportsRadio 94.1 WIP, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called Phillies fans “awful, angry people” and said that Citizens Bank Park […]
A new study from the Pew Research Center claims that Philadelphia is home to about 50,000 undocumented immigrants.
Jim Kenney needed to watch the Eagles game, and there was only once place he could do it. That place turned out to be Hooters. […]
Jim Kenney has responded to Donald Trump’s comment about Philadelphia in the president’s speech in the city today. In a statement posted on the city […]
At a news conference on Wednesday afternoon, Donald Trump’s press secretary told reporters that the president has signed an executive order to strip federal grant […]
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is speaking out against a controversial anti-abortion measure that President Donald Trump enacted today.
Why would an up-and-coming progressive turn down billionaire George Soros? That’s the question some Philadelphia Democrats are now asking, after chief public defender Keir Bradford-Grey told her employees last […]
The city will lease the so-called “Mayor’s Suite” at the Wells Fargo Center for $100k annually – and the revenue, which will likely exceed that, will go toward […]