Officials in Harrisburg have to come to agreement to renew the program, which is set to expire June 30. But other parts of the state are jealous and want the cameras for their towns, too. Waaaah.
Councilman Bobby Henon decided to do something about the delinquent landlords and nuissance properties in his district, so he posted this interactive “bad neighbors” map. It’s too bad the only thing it shows is that everyone there sucks.
A ‘Small Center City’ law firm searching for a part-time litigation associate posted an interesting job description on Philadelphia Craigslist. Basically, hippies need not apply.
Some Philadelphia City Council members want to re-name the Robin Hood Dell in Fairmount Park after Georgie Woods, a well-known African-American radio broadcaster, but he hasn’t been dead long enough yet.
War of 1812: British attempt to burn down the White House. This fails when they find out the White House is accidentally burned down every winter by squatters.
In the current economy, 280 is almost old enough to retire. But Washington will still be running around like a crazy person, answering questions and eating cake.
Our elected officials are only humans, you know. Who among us haven’t signed something they didn’t fully read (mortgage papers, car loan, iTunes terms of service)? But these two guys signed legislation that way.
An eight-grade student in Hershey, Pa., is petitioning the Hershey School Trust to make sure our local Pennsylvania chocolate company never uses child slave labor.
Ray Lewis was arrested not long ago while wearing his police uniform at the Occupy Wall Street protests. Today, the retired Philadelphia police captain, will be back in town to join a free speech rally.
The battle for GOP candidate for president was thought to be a two-dog race between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich. With Santorum’s three victories last night, though, that has changed. Too bad Pennsylvania can’t factor in the fight until late April.