The construction tax debate is just the start.
The city's legislative body is about to be back in session. Make sure you know how to talk about it.
If voters give the go-ahead, training will be required for all city employees.
It's the most contentious bill to come through City Council since the soda tax.
The crowd at Pentridge Station is more diverse than you might expect.
Students will celebrate the new marker this weekend, but a disagreement over paperwork has delayed permanent installation.
The Peace Corps, football, karate lessons, volunteering and all the other resume-building gigs before elected ofice.
Michael Nutter is being discussed as a potential replacement for Fattah should there be a special election.
Councilman Brian O’Neill introduced legislation that would require changing private lot sizes to be approved by the district councilperson prior to getting approval from the Planning Commission.
The $1.4 million spent on lobbying in the first quarter by the American Beverage Association is nearly three times as much as the overall amount spent by everyone else.