By Mike Dunn
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Over the objections of the Nutter Administration, City Council this week is expected to extend by one month a deadline for residents to apply for a new property tax relief program called LOOP. 197 more words
By Paul Kurtz
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Tensions ran high at Temple University’s regularly scheduled Board of Trustees public session today.
The Board was hoping to move on its recent decision to cut seven sports programs ( 229 more words
By Ian Bush
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Apple and Google see voice-activated search as a big selling point for their smartphones — and as a major part of the mobile future. 143 more words
By Cherri Gregg
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Cold, wet snow can muck up your commute if you’re driving. But for those on foot or at bus stops across the city, it was more of a waiting game today. 148 more words
By Steve Tawa
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The power structure of the company that owns the Philadelphia Inquirer has not changed since the recent court fight between its owners, but one of those owners has now acquired a larger stake in the company. 166 more words
By John Ostapkovich
CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — Today marked the end of the line for official use of a century-old monastery in Camden, NJ.
The number of nuns at the… 130 more words