It’s double what the city said it expected — but not enough to match the average of a full year of projections.
Council President Darrell Clarke calls this “the most unpredictable and ominous climate” in his 17 years there.
Philly’s state of ‘permanent protest’ shows no signs of slowing
Comcast employees in Philadelphia walked out at 2 p.m. and marched to City Hall.
It’s more than just offices for the mayor and City Council.
It’s much more fun being in the parade than watching it.
The Fancies, the crowds, the color.
“Nothing can better represent the hysterical pearl-clutching of the ‘progressive’ elite.”
But don’t expect elephants or trapeze acts ― think hip hop acrobatic contortionist and flatland BMX.
Kenney called his administration “well represented” regarding diversity. Is it?
A candlelight vigil was held on Monday night in front of City Hall in remembrance of those who died in Orlando.