Jeremy Rodriguez August 16, 2017
For the first time, the city’s Office of LGBT Affairs is seeking a deputy director.
Mark Segal August 9, 2017
You might have noticed that this summer has been slightly different for me, but that comes after five years of constant motion. People keep saying they can’t keep up with...
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Jen Colletta August 16, 2017
The New Jersey woman accused of shooting her wife to death was ordered last week to be held in jail until her trial.
Tim Cwiek August 16, 2017
A Mississippi woman recently filed suit against her former domestic partner in Philadelphia, claiming the defendant owes her about $330,000.
During a New Jersey organization’s annual amusement-park trip, one member was nervous because of a secret he was keeping.
Attorneys for Milton Hershey School asked a federal judge to protect from public disclosure legal documents in an antibias case filed by a gay man.
A federal judge last week said he needs more information before deciding whether to allow a gay man to litigate an antibias case anonymously.
A local peer-based support group for trans individuals will go by a different name to reflect its more recent efforts.
Tim Cwiek August 9, 2017
A state agency last week added four documents to a case file relating to PGN’s appeal for Nizah Morris 911 recordings from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
Jeremy Rodriguez August 9, 2017
A local university is participating in a study on anti-HIV medication, and offering participants compensation for their time and travel.