‘We are not screwing around, Philly.’
Why do sin taxes typically impact the poor to a greater a degree?
“Paint the Revolution: Mexican Modernism, 1910-1950,” an upcoming exhibit, will open at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in late October.
In the last fiscal year, the $2-per-pack tax made $58.8 million for the School District of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia has an adult diabetes problem that has grown more severe in recent years and is significantly worse than America’s other largest cities.
On campus, students use the term Penn Face to describe when someone is carrying on like all is well, not sharing what they’re really feeling.
Why is it so hard to find new cops?
Cops can carry the substance thanks to a new statewide system, but only police in the city’s east and northeast divisions have it.
The first thing you need to know: There is so far no evidence to suggest that the water you’re drinking here in Philly is tainted with dangerous levels of lead.
Tom Wolf and the state Legislature can’t get a budget passed, and they’re arguing over the next one — meanwhile, here’s who’s hurting from a lack of funds.
Meet the medical professionals and health care leaders who are changing the way the city lives.
Has football been a breadwinner for Temple and helped spur growth for donations and enrollment? Is Drexel’s football-free athletic department any better off?
In Pennsylvania, you don’t have to pay sales tax on dry ice. Or pony rides. Or pumpkins, if you’re planning on one for dinner. But that could change.
The city of Philadelphia has actually welcomed just eight refugees from Syria over the last three years.
‘Operation Iron Response’: The National Guard’s exercise in martial law in case Pope Francis’ visit goes wrong
There’s no active threat — but the most likely attack, according to documents, is from “Homegrown Violent Extremists” who sympathize with terrorists overseas but act independently.