A year after ceasing public sales, the authority is preparing for a hard stop.
Soda tax, wage tax, property taxes — tell us which should go on the official Broke in Philly survey.
We used to have it — and housing advocates are pushing for a return.
Insurance companies don't cover most meal plans. More research could convince them they should.
300 homeless Philadelphians might be back on the street this month.
Philadelphia's food economy is booming, yet one in five people don't have enough to eat. Can the Full City Challenge help?
Send us your questions for people running for mayor and City Council.
For this Broke is Listening story, we're taking on vision care.
Prevention Point is the latest center to keep its doors open around the clock.
The WCRP is building five new houses that'll be affordable for the foreseeable future.
While it’s not skin-to-skin contact between mother and child, the lactation program at Riverside Correctional Facility aims to achieve some of the same psychological and health benefits ascribed to breastfeeding
The nonprofit micro-theater stayed open overnight to welcome people from the cold.
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Local orgs are scrambling to help with food, housing, safety and cash.