Dust and noise from the Student Health and Wellness Center construction are also issues.
Residents and students recognize the impact of students living near Cecil B. Moore Avenue.
Temple’s Project Delivery Group has not worked on the stadium “for months.”
An amendment introduced by a state representative would add drug overdoses as a medical health reason for commitment.
The state Senate passed a bill to remove funding from sanctuary cities.
The partnership program will provide stable primary care to North Philadelphia residents.
Vehicles must now be ticketed by police before they can be towed from privately owned lots.
The university has employees in prominent roles in education throughout the city.
The School Reform Commission closed Roberts Vaux High School in 2013, along with 23 others.
Christopher McGinley is the second person from Temple to be appointed to the SRC in the past few months.