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The School District of Philadelphia has agreed on a one-year contract extension with the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers to address teacher shortages.
Overnight closures are planned for I-95 in Philadelphia next week due to the ongoing $329 million park cap project, with PennDOT setting detours for drivers.
Celebrations Bridal and Prom in New Braunfels is set to renovate with a $5,000 city grant aimed at downtown improvements, covering up to 25% of costs for eligible projects.
City Hall is inviting residents to an open house to discuss updates to the City's Comprehensive Plan, including land use and transportation, with information and avenues for public feedback.
The City of San Antonio is seeking public input on potential City Charter amendments, including creating an ethics board, council pay, and redistricting. Public sessions are scheduled for March and April.
San Antonio's Smarter Together Initiative is a finalist in the Smart Cities North America Awards, with public voting open until March 8th and winners to be announced on March 27th.
Steph Curry's former Bay Area penthouse is on sale for $1.7 million, featuring three bedrooms, luxury amenities, and celebrity staging in Oakland's Jack London District.
Valley economist Jim Rounds discusses the dwindling middle class in Arizona, highlighting that the median household income falls short of the $75,000 needed per 1.5 earners to maintain middle-class status amidst rising costs and inflation.
Arizona's legislature considers a bill mandating a personal finance course for high school graduation, with potential implementation by the class of 2028, amid both support and concerns.
Falcon Field Airport is set to receive a $3.76 million FAA grant for infrastructure upgrades, including a new taxiway and improvements to existing ones.
ASU secured the 9th spot worldwide for U.S. utility patents in 2023, obtaining 170 new patents and demonstrating its ongoing dedication to innovation and technological advancement.
The Buckeye planning commission will vote on KORE Power's plan for a battery plant, which could create over 3,000 jobs and involves a $1 billion investment.
The Multnomah County Board has extended a tax incentive for developers to include affordable housing in Portland, with expanded benefits under the MULTE program.