Inter Press Service
When Families Fear "Human Services"
This article is part one of a two-part series on charges of racial bias in the child welfare system in Philadelphia.
The Morning Call
Lawsuit filed against Sandusky, Penn State
One of the boys former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted of abusing has filed a lawsuit against the former defensive coordinator and Penn State.
City Council Demands Zoning Restrictions on Doctors' Offices in NE Phila.
Over the objections of area doctors and dentists, Philadelphia City Council today approved a bill that prohibits new medical offices in the northeast section of the city unless the doctor gets a zoning variance.
The Lebanon Daily News
Corbett picks suburban Philly judge for vacancy
Gov. Tom Corbett is turning to a suburban Philadelphia county judge to fill a vacancy on the state's midlevel appeals court.
Sales tax, cigarette tax, and the fake comfort of 45 million dollars
The 45 million dollars paid to the School District of Philadelphia was a one- time payment from Pennsylvania.
Business news briefs: Highmark eying affiliation
Highmark Inc. and Wilkes Barre-based Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania announced on Tuesday the signing of a letter of intent to "pursue a stronger affiliation."
Courthouse News Service
Woman Claims Doctor Was a Creep
A doctor sent inappropriate texts to a patient and then assaulted and battered her at an office visit, the woman claims in court.
Welfare fraud cases released
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