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These schools have the worst 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S.

Harrisburg Area Community College has one of the lowest 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

These schools have the top 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S.

Schuylkill Technology Center has one of the best 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Sticker shock: Which 4-year U.S. schools charge the lowest in-state tuition?

From Higher Education Tribune

State residents enrolled at Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas, United States Merchant Marine Academy in New York and Antelope Valley College in California face the lowest cost of attending four-year in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Sticker shock: Which 4-year U.S. schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

State residents enrolled at Haverford College face among the steepest cost of attending four-year in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Sticker shock: Which U.S. schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

Residents in Pennsylvania face some of the steepest cost of attending in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

AMC Theatres names Aron new president, CEO

Adam Aron, former Philadelphia 76ers CEO and current head of Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, will head AMC Theatres as its new president and CEO.

Kiva City Philadelphia marks first anniversary with downtown gala

Kivazip.org recently celebrated its first anniversary in Philadelphia, featuring a holiday marketplace and Mayor Michael Nutter among the guest speakers.

Long-time Philadelphia airport CEO announces retirement

Philadelphia International Airport CEO Mark Gale will retire after nearly 28 years, the mayor recently announced.

Mayor Nutter introduces green schoolyard initiative expansion in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the expansion of the city’s innovative Green2015 partnership along with several colleagues this week, celebrating the pending completion of William Cramp Elementary School’s new green schoolyard in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia receives $1.5 million grant to expand bike-sharing program

Grant from William Penn Foundation will allow city to add 24 new Indego stations in 2016.

Startup PHL's fourth-round grant proposals due by Sept. 11

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Alan Greenberger said on Thursday that the Startup PHL Call for Ideas grant program is now accepting submissions for its fourth round.

Spartan to build pumpers for Philadelphia Fire Department

Spartan Emergency Response will design and build its branded pumpers for the City of Philadelphia under a one-year contract, with provisions for extending the agreement several more years, the company said on Thursday.

Nachman to join U.S. Security Care

U.S. Security Care, Inc., announced Monday that Stuart Nachman will join the firm as director of business development.

Nutter signs paid-sick-leave bill into law

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter signed a bill on Thursday that requires businesses with 10 or more employees to grant one hour of paid sick leave for every 40 hours worked.

HOK, IntegriChain moving to Philly

HOK, an architecture and design firm of 2,000 employees worldwide, and IntegriChain, a technology company, are the two latest companies to relocate to Philadelphia, Mayor Michael A. Nutter told the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce on Thursday.

Philadelphia unemployment dips 3.3 percent in October

The economy continues to improve in Philadelphia as the unemployment rate in the city declined to 6.6 percent in October, a 3.3 percent drop from October 2013, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday.

Airmatic sentenced for overbilling on Philadelphia city contracts

Airmatic, Inc., an industrial supply company, recently was sentenced after its guilty plea on a mail fraud charge brought by the City of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia has new Procurement Department commissioner

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has announced that Mary Stitt began work Monday as the new commissioner of the Department of Procurement.

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