Philly’s the city of neighborhoods, right? So consider this story your resource for news about and in Philly’s many neighborhoods. That could mean a development story from a specific neighborhood, or Billy Penn’s postcard series about neighborhoods you might not know much about. And now you can buy neighborhood swag — everything from hoodies to phone covers, magnets and more to rep your favorite spot in the city.
By the budgetary numbers, our city lags its peers; half a billion dollars should help.
Community leaders came out to toast the launch of the flagship frozen treat shop.
Several kids who played there have gone on to the big leagues.
Point Breeze had the most sales, followed by Bella Vista and Queen Village and Fishtown.
About halfway through the year, the rate is up 20 percent compared to 2016.
Community-based groups are taking it upon themselves to train residents to use Narcan.
Less than a third of the city’s roofs can even handle solar.
Congressman Dwight Evans wants Philly to be “the laboratory” for showing how these areas can improve.
A Knight Foundation grant is another step in SEAMAAC’s effort to connect one of Philly’s most diverse neighborhoods.
Siddiq Moore is making good on a promise to revitalize the troubled 60th Street corridor.
The neighborhood public pool needs an overhaul
They met at El Bar, had a Port Richmond Shops cake and took photos at Primo Hoagies.
Saudia Shuler went all out for her son with $25,000 worth of Dubai-themed sets.
Oh once told the Daily News he was ‘the only order’ on his street.
We’re featuring rec centers across the city as part of a new series.