Jeremy Rodriguez August 16, 2017
For the first time, the city’s Office of LGBT Affairs is seeking a deputy director.
On Being Well
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...
Out & About
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.
Information regarding closed-out civilian complaints of Philadelphia police misconduct will be posted online beginning in November, city officials announced last week.
Jeremy Rodriguez August 3, 2017
More than 50 people showed their support for LGBT veterans in the City Hall courtyard at a rally Thursday. The city’s Office of LGBT Affairs hosted the demonstration one week...
Tim Cwiek August 2, 2017
Marcous Marchese, a 2011 graduate of Milton Hershey School, recently spoke publicly about being pressured into viewing a religiously oriented antigay video at the school seven years ago.
Jury selection has been tentatively scheduled for June 2018 in the case of Tammy and Russell Bittenbender, who claim their daughter suffered extensive abuse while she was a public-school student...
Jeremy Rodriguez August 2, 2017
A Pennsylvania town’s LGBT organization last month announced six new board-member positions and plans for future programming.
Local community members will channel their grief from their pets’ recent deaths into a fundraiser for a veterinary clinic and two pet rescues.