New project aims to identify, document, and preserve the history of Philly’s underrepresented communities
In a statement, Mayor Jim Kenney said the “history of Philadelphia is about more than the buildings we’ve built.”
By Ryan Deto PITTSBURGH -- Out of more than 3,100 complaints about Pittsburgh Police officers to the city’s Citizen Police Review Board over the last decade, more than 6 percent of them came from just 1.2...
Having a baby this year? From the Social Security Administration, these are the most popular boy and girl names in the Keystone State.
He’s so desperate for a piece of the action, so hungry for relevance, that he thinks he can have a bakery of cakes and eat them too.
In this week’s Numbers Racket we take a look at an olio of statistics about the Keystone State, courtesy of data from the Pennsylvania State Data Center.
While COVID-19 vaccination efforts are underway, we expect to see more patients with undiagnosed and untreated STIs.
The legislation would give parents the power to decide if their child should advance to the next grade level.
By Michele Zipkin PHILADELPHIA -- Philadelphia City Council has approved a resolution sponsored by City Councilmember Katherine Gilmore Richardson asking Pennsylvania lawmakers to oppose a Republican-authored bill now before the state House prohibiting transgender athletes in...
Charter school enrollment shot up during the pandemic, punching a hole in school districts' budgets.