A bill to target voter fraud has seen support and criticism from political groups. Gov. Tom Corbett signed a bill March 14, which gives Pennsylvania one of the toughest voter identification laws in the country.
Improvement plans have divided residents and property owners pushing the bill. It’s a familiar sight: A group of developers and a pastor sit in a room on North Sydenham Street, talking about their investment in
Council President Darrell Clarke spoke to long-term residents concerned with his neighborhood improvement district plans. A week before the first hearing on the North Central Neighborhood Improvement District is to be held, community members came
The men’s basketball team defeated Massachusetts 90-88 in overtime Wednesday night to clinch the No. 1 seed in the A-10 Tournament. No. 23 Temple (23-6, 12-3 A-10) clinched at least a share of the Atlantic
Those in support of the proposed NID hosted a meeting addressing concerns. Proponents of the North Central Neighborhood Improvement District met with residents in a high-tension meeting on Feb. 22 at Faith and Deliverance Outreach
Nearly a year after requesting that the state-related universities’ appropriations be cut in half, the governor proposes another major cut that could result in tuition increases. Gov. Tom Corbett proposed a fiscal year 2012-13 budget
A district to clean and secure the area near Main Campus was discussed last week. North Central Philadelphia residents met Jan. 25, in the Gesu School library at 17th and Thompson streets in response to City
Residents from around Main Campus met Wednesday, Jan. 25, in the Gesu School library at 17th and Thompson streets in response to City Council President Darrell Clarke’s proposed North Central Neighborhood Improvement District. The meeting, hosted