As school starts for local students, Mayor Kenney resumed his regular meetings with principals from the School District of Philadelphia.
The end of summer is upon us! This month: National Night Out, community schools celebrations, great news about the Army-Navy Game, and more!
#PhillyMayorThisWeek: principals meetings, bike lanes, DOJ grant conditions, Catto curriculum and police graduation.
A list of the public advisory board & commission meetings for the month of September.
The month of July has included many events like Independence Day festivities, the opening of a park and more.
Mayor Kenney visited the new headquarters of Philly startup GoPuff on July 11.
The busy month of June included many events like end of the school year celebrations, LGBTQ Pride, and PHLprek Move Up Day.
Wawa Welcome America is a 6-day festival with over 50 free family friendly events celebrating America’s birthday in America’s birthplace!
On June 7, talented young artists competed at the inaugural Philly Youth Theatre Festival at the Prince Theater.
The busy month of May included many happenings like college graduations, wildlife checks & visits to the City’s Recreation facilities.
On May 17th, Mayor Kenney visited the Tustin Playground along with Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr.
The weather's getting warmer, the NFL Draft came and went, and everyone's going outside — plus, baseball is back!
On April 9th, Mayor Kenney participated in the Sunday Literacy Program at the Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional Library.
There have been many amazing moments this month, like visits Read Across America Day, a mural paint day, and school visits.
Visiting career & tech students, a groundbreaking at Adaire School, the LOVE statue moves, and kindergartners get their first library cards!
To kick off Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month, Mayor Kenney visited Swenson Arts and Technology High School.
The second year of Mayor Jim Kenney’s Administration is in full swing and there have been quite a few amazing moments this month.
This year's MLK Day of Service was a great success for Philly's neighborhoods. Here are 8 photos from the day!
Here are five of our favorite photos from the first day of PHLpreK classes!
Mayor Kenney visited Athletic Recreation Center during an event with Philadelphia native Bernard Hopkins and Oscar De La Hoya.