A popular Twitter thread helped locals celebrate the idiosyncrasies of the place they know and love.
Mail ballot applications are open for the May primary — and yes, ‘permanent’ mail voters have to re-apply
Wording on Pennsylvania’s forms is confusing. Officials say they're working to get it changed.
Five hours in line, a quick jab, and finally, a good sleep.
The Ben Franklin Parkway occupation followed a well-trodden model. What can city government do to break the cycle?
Meet the five finalists in the nutrition track of the Well City Challenge incubator and pitch competition.
The Mural Arts project was a bigger success than its creators imagined.
Downside: The path is detoured at Chestnut Street for up to three months.
Proprietors say their shops do more than provide food — they become community hubs.
There was a brief period of exhilarating hopefulness — followed by lots of drama.
Who's behind the viral image, and are they trolling for a reason?
“We’re just trying to make it out of our own neighborhood,” said one North Philly resident.
Bars catering to queer women, like the Gayborhood’s Toasted Walnut, are disappearing across the U.S.
The bi-state organization runs PATCO and is in charge of tolls on four Delaware River bridges.
Everyone in the city who wants vaccination could potentially get it by the end of July, Health Commissioner Tom Farley said.
Team up, talk to your neighbors, practice self care and don't judge, say folks who've joined the local movement.
The provider details are for information only — not a representation of where you can make an appointment.
Richard Allen residents have been pushing for the change for years.
Congrats to the #BillyPennVDay contest winners!
“Philadelphia lawyer” once indicated wisdom and acumen, but in the 1960s it became a term of ridicule.
Philly radio host Purple Queen facilitated the truce with Jamal Johnson, though the mayor stopped short of declaring gun violence a citywide emergency.