Clarke's green jobs plan long on goals, short on details

Clarke's green jobs plan long on goals, short on details

Back on Jan. 4, Inauguration Day, Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke vowed to announce a "comprehensive energy strategy" he said would create "more than 10,000 new jobs."

Wolf readies second Pa. budget address amid wreckage of first year's spending fight

Wolf readies second Pa. budget address amid wreckage of first year's spending fight

Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to deliver the second budget address of his term Tuesday, and he isn't sharing many details. "You'll have to wait until Tuesday," Wolf told reporters last week.

Kathryn Knott gets up to 10 months in prison for Center City attack on gay couple

Kathryn Knott gets up to 10 months in prison for Center City attack on gay couple

A Philadelphia judge has sentenced a Bucks County woman to five to 10 months behind bars with two years of mandatory probation for her part in a 2014 attack on a gay couple in Center City. "It's very difficult to unring a bell

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Clarke's green jobs plan long on goals, short on details

Clarke's green jobs plan long on goals, short on details

Back on Jan. 4, Inauguration Day, Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke vowed to announce a "comprehensive energy strategy" he said would create "more than 10,000 new jobs."

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