The Villanova celebration has officially begun. Center City has been overrun with thousands of fans clad in blue. Here are some of the best photos and tweets from the people watching the parade.
Here’s everything that went down at the Budd Plant party.
You can also use one of the 24/7 drop boxes located around the city.
The not-yet-former Sixer has been using the nickname since he was a teen.
The district says it’s conducting a search for any other potentially forgotten remains.
The research from CHOP and UPenn showed a significant drop compared to other cities.
Some buildings place them in the nurse’s office, or down a locked hallway.
Temple University student diversity is increasing, but the proportion of Black undergraduates is down 40% since 2002
Hispanic and AAPI enrollment is up.
Over her 35-year career, the teacher of teachers helped shape education in Philadelphia and beyond.
There’s no doubt the local favorite is one of Philly’s oldest woman-run bars.
The country’s first African American secretary of state died Monday at 84.
With protected bike lanes, sidewalks, and solar lighting, the Delaware River Trail is close — but won’t finish till spring
Some work is still ongoing, but people are already taking advantage of the waterfront path.
If this was in already in effect, an additional $25 million in taxpayer dollars would have gone to affordable housing this year.
Council members and others say eliminating the "Rule of Two" would widen the pool of candidates, and provide equitable access to top jobs.
There's already a slew of state legislation this year around this issue, backed by both Democrats and Republicans.
A cheat sheet for being informed when you vote.
The current Office of Fleet Management oversees more than 6,000 cars and trucks, but could theoretically be dissolved by the mayor.
Ya Fav Trashman is writing a children’s book about sanitation workers and the power of clean streets
He’s looking to raise upwards of $10,000 for printing costs, with hopes of getting the book in the hands of over 30,000 children.
The member-supported supermarket’s Mt. Airy flagship is overwhelmed by demand.
Neither the city or state offers assistance, and repairs can be costly.
We sampled creations from Pizza Jawn, Down North Pizza, Pizza Plus, and Freelance Pizza — and you can try them this weekend.