- SEPTA's latest rate headache: Refunds
- Report: Flaws risk wrong execution: The American Bar Association urged changes in the Pa. system to better guard against putting an innocent person to death.
Related: John Baer | In Pa., we can't even kill people properly
- Democrats gain ground on sprawl: In Chester County, the minority party is building steam by accusing Republicans of not doing enough to save land.
- 2 Phila. judges' roles as landlords probed: Willis W. Berry Jr. and Rayford A. Means are the subjects of a state board review. (thank goodness!)
- Plan to list food data is stalled in Council panel
Also, Should the city, like Mom, tell you what's good to eat? -- I dunno, but I'd sure like to see more anti-poverty, job-creation, and crime-fighting efforts before we waste more time on transfats and menu labelling!
Related (at PhillyWillDo): Big Cake Lobby Gets To Joan Krajewski
- Rendell says casinos stay; neighbors vow to fight on (this is about alternate locations)
- Nutter calls on federal leaders to fight crime
Also, Democratic trio calls on Bush to restore COPS
- Vignola considers run against Fumo -- give voters another dusty machine candidate to choose from?
- Candidates spar on and off radio (Montgomery County Commissioners battle)
- Delco Dems go on the attack: See chance to cut into GOP power in county council race
- High rate of shootings by Philly cops
- PW: On the Right Track: The people who live and work under the El are too often lost in the shadows. David Kessler is bringing them into the light.
- PW: Green Screen: The city holds its own YouTube debate Monday night
- Editorial | The Casino Probe: Let justice play out
- Letters | One Reader's View: Welcome the casinos
- Opinion: A NEW ERA OF 'BOMBING' BUILDINGS?: IT TOOK DECADES TO CLEAN CITY OF GRAFFITI; IS IT MAKING A COMEBACK?
- Phil Goldsmith | SHAKEDOWN IN WEST PHILLY (Blackwell and the juvenile facility she once welcomed)
- Opinion: Court tackles nuisance rentals