It is unclear why the taxpayer-funded district is attempting to force employees to go through an official approval process for communications.
A year after the U.S. hit its deadliest drug overdose record, a Philadelphia group is trying to allow people to inject themselves at ‘harm reduction’ centers.
The Supreme Court unanimously smacked down Philadelphia’s attempt to force a Catholic adoption agency to certify same-sex couples as foster parents.
‘I just thought that Philly was different,’ said Steve Jamison, owner of Blue Sole Shoes. ‘I thought we would respond in a different way.’
‘Nothing has changed,’ said pharmacist Randal Policare. ‘It’s hanging over our heads and could happen again any day now. I’m not going to let them win.’
MN Fashion and Jewelry in Philadelphia has been closed ever since Black Lives Matter rioters looted it after the death of George Floyd.
‘There is a clear link between Krasner’s election and an uptick in violent crime which has caused certain Philadelphia neighborhoods to descend into shooting galleries.’
The mayor in Philadelphia comments on the violent crime surge and suggests that his administration did not take proper measures.
Some art exhibitions are enjoyable because what is on display is intrinsically beautiful — challenging exhibits, however, yield their own rewards.
Across the country, unions have banded together to prioritize themselves at the expense of students receiving the indispensable learning experiences that they require and fund.
The city government of Philadelphia has been corrupt for a long time, but at least they used to get things done. Now, they can’t even meet that low bar.
At issue was President Trump’s request for an order changing the way Pennsylvania absentee and mail-in ballots are being reviewed at the Philadelphia Convention Center.
Judges who obtained their positions by fraud, according to an indictment, have denied the Trump campaign’s ballot-watchers access, providing crucial unsupervised time to Democrat vote counters.
Poll watchers in the area were reportedly denied access to certain polling places despite being certified to enter in any ward or division in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia police asked citizens to avoid areas of the city as over 1,000 demonstrators turned violent, looting entire blocks Tuesday night.
Protestors turned into rioters who took to Philly streets to loot, burn, assault police officers, and attempt to prevent the press from covering the ensuing violence.