City Council is pushing for mixed-income housing while Philly is being called a “tale of two cities.”
It’s the most contentious bill to come through City Council since the soda tax.
It’s about shrinking federal dollars and an old-fashioned formula that isn’t going away
The “March in Black” comes on International Overdose Awareness Day.
It’ll take time and effort to pull half a million used needles and tons of trash from the site.
The city has partnered with Temple Law School’s Sheller Center for Social Justice to research hurdles that the program may face.
Billy Penn analyzed everything we could find to see how many women and people of color have served in statewide offices.
A City Council committee today heard testimony about the rollout of medical marijuana in Philadelphia.
Electeds and reverends railed against the GOP presidential candidate’s meeting in town.
There’s been debate over whether or not consumers would have enough choices *other than* sugary drinks. We put it to the test.
Philadelphia has an adult diabetes problem that has grown more severe in recent years and is significantly worse than America’s other largest cities.
Everyone agrees Philadelphia needs universal pre-K — but how to pay for it has sparked debate.
“Consumption (is) primarily in low-income neighborhoods,” Clarke said. “I don’t know why it’s that difficult to say.”