By Will Dean
Philadelphia has utilized only about $8 million of that money so far. And as of January, only 114 jobs have been created or retained.
By Gustavo Martinez
The ordeal began last year when PennDOT sent out thousands of letters to drivers whose Social Security numbers did not match the Social Security Administration database.
By Aaron Kase
The homeless population of cities and towns helps determine how much money they’ll get from the federal government, which has $400 billion to distribute every year. Philly receives at least $25 million.
By Jacob Lambert
Sadly, in the five decades since, that moral obligation—in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and countless other states—remains thoroughly unrecognized.