In what is becoming a regular occurrence as Philadelphia continues to grapple with escalating gun violence, yet another church opened its doors after the sun had set in an effort to address the problem.
Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Today, February 17, 2020, is Presidents' Day, a day that we celebrate not only the legacies of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, but also those things they fought for: A nation that extended...
More than 400 people — including all 17 members of City Council — gathered Tuesday, telling stories showing how pervasive the problem is in Philadelphia.
It’s been a little more than two years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla., that claimed the lives of 17 people. With years now rolling by, legislators and families are still pressing to find a consensus and solution to safer schools.
By Michael D'Onofrio PHILADELPHIA -- A violent start to 2020 has prompted Philadelphia City Council members to schedule a hearing on gun violence this week. Councilman Curtis Jones called on officials and residents to “not regurgitate...
'If they want to keep their jobs, they need to do the right thing,' advocate says as Harrisburg sits on gun violence bills.
I share my story because I refuse to accept that it’s normal that 100 Americans are killed every day in this country.
In remarks prepared for delivery, the Democratic governor challenged Republican lawmakers in the House and Senate to break months of gridlock.
By Celeste Trusty All Pennsylvanians want to feel safe in their homes and communities, and reducing gun violence is a concern echoed across the Commonwealth. Pennsylvania needs proactive, proven solutions to gun violence that prioritize public...
Several speakers are already lined up to present, including Baldwin grad Tim Hindes, the creator of the Stronger than Hate logo, which was designed after the October 2018 Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting.