Pennsylvania is one of the rare states that lets couples get hitched without an officiant.
Yes, there could still be another appeal.
The city is about to lower projections — it would need about $20 million in May and June to reach its previous projection of $46 million.
Schools shame kids who fall behind on lunch fees, but districts aren’t opting into a federal program.
We’re featuring rec centers across the city as part of a new series.
Pennsylvania offers film producers $60 million total each year in tax credits, and there are concerns even that money could go away.
“We’re missing a prime opportunity in our schools to teach young people,” said Rep. Jordan Harris, who’s created legislation to address the issue.
Gov. Wolf and the legislature beat the June 6 deadline.
The city has partnered with Temple Law School’s Sheller Center for Social Justice to research hurdles that the program may face.
Some, nothing at all.
The self-described progressive on the police union, public schools and his first 100 days.
A strong base of support bolstered the avowed reformer; George Soros dropped $1M, too.