In front of thousands of NAACP convention attendees in Philadelphia, President Obama called for sweeping reforms to the criminal justice system.
“Thousand-year” means a weather event has a 0.1% chance of occurring annually — but with climate change, flood frequency is growing.
Lisa Phillips uses her knack for finding loose change to help wipe out medical debt.
Semantics aside, the city still hasn’t set a timeline for distributing its new anti-violence grants.
A new group is working to create a celebration that’s affordable, representative, and inclusive — without police.
The $1.1 million in federal funding is being distributed via $200 gift cards.
The Fairmount Park roadway is reopening to auto traffic after 16 months.
Kanopy and Hoopla funds will be redirected to physical branches.
Standard Tap, Johnny Brenda’s and The International join a small list of independent restaurants where staff get summer PTO.
“I'm praying that they stay open,” said a mother whose son has Down syndrome and visited the Carousel House often.
After construction uncovers 19th century graves, developer pledges action — but neighbors want ‘clearer’ process
Northern Liberties community leaders learned about the burial ground at 5th and Spring Garden via social media.
The Center City landmark reopened in June thinking there were no cigarettes allowed — but it was all a miscommunication.
Indicted Philly lawmakers collect legal defense cash gifts from parking magnates, strip club owners and lobbyists
Councilmembers Bobby Henon and Kenyatta Johnson are raising money to fight federal indictments. Ethics watchdogs say the funds are problematic.
His brother Travis dropped question in a new video.
Saved by the bell? Not this time.
Recognized for decades of anti-violence and criminal justice work, Wayne Jacobs is now scrambling for a home.
The city is “charging people for its own mismanagement of services,” said one West Philly resident.
Longtime customers appreciate the added convenience at the classic Roxborough cheesesteak joint.
Park & Rec's pandemic exemption is over.
Fame came quickly to the formerly quiet stretch of State Road.
Amaryllis Rivera-Nassar relies on memory instead of recipes to create her delicious turnovers.