PHILADELPHIA (AP) — An unlicensed doctor who worked as an assistant at a Philadelphia abortion clinic that authorities dubbed a "house of horrors" has been sentenced to six to 12 years in prison.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A judge has ruled that feuding owners of Philadelphia's two largest newspapers must dissolve the company in Delaware, where they incorporated two years ago.
The ruling is a victory for majority owner George Norcross, a Democratic powerbroker who wants the company sold there in a private auction involving only current investors.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — When it's time to enroll in school in Philadelphia, students face a bewildering array of choices: Neighborhood public school? Cyber school? Charter? Private or religious school? What about a specialty district school focused on science? Performing arts? International affairs?