Financial stalemate continues in Harrisburg

Financial stalemate continues in HarrisburgOn the eve of the Pennsylvania budget deadline, Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, and the Republican-majority Legislature are still far apart on a deal. Wolf has said the GOP budget is balanced on stopgaps that worsen the state's

Making sense of Pa. school funding: budgets, formulas and stalemates

Making sense of Pa. school funding: budgets, formulas and stalematesIn sight of the state's budget deadline of July 1, education funding for Pennsylvania schools is still a question mark. Over the weekend, legislators held 12-hour sessions and advocates flooded the Capitol in Harrisburg to
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Philly GOP committee to press: Enough 'free advertising' for Kenney

Philly GOP committee to press: Enough 'free advertising' for KenneyIn a weekend post on the Philadelphia Republican City Committee's temporary website, executive director Joe DeFelice claimed a recent Inquirer story about the "Summer Organizing Fellowship for Jim Kenney" amounted to free

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Is that a banana in your book drop, or are you just happy to see me?

Life holds plenty of surprises, especially when you work at a public library. Last week, for instance, we found a banana in the book drop. Naturally, I logged onto my favorite librarian Facebook group to share the news.
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How to squeeze more pedestrian space out of Philly’s narrow streets

As driving rates continue to decline across our region, we can expect to hear more walkers, bikers, and bus riders clamoring for a larger share of space on our public streets. And while it’s true that reallocating

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Making sense of Pa. school funding: budgets, formulas and stalemates

Making sense of Pa. school funding: budgets, formulas and stalemates

In sight of the state's budget deadline of July 1, education funding for Pennsylvania schools is still a question mark. Over the weekend, legislators held 12-hour sessions and advocates flooded the Capitol in Harrisburg to
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New book documents NASA's 1961 civil rights mission

New book documents NASA's 1961 civil rights mission

For the first time, the story of NASA's role in promoting civil rights by hiring the first African American spaceworkers is being told.
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