The Last Stop has been closed since Oct. 1, and the owner may end up in court.
Pa. Rep. Jerry Knowles thinks the safe injection idea is "insane."
Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers: Remembering the 1,200 Philadelphians who died via overdose last year
The opioid crisis is often depicted in depersonalizing numbers. This vigil was about people.
The house hosts neighborhood giveaways and meetings, and also turns into a polling place.
Meet Britt Carpenter of the Philly Unknown Project.
So far, the collaboration has resulted in 500 free lunches that otherwise wouldn't have existed.
"Laughter and Love" takes place at Helium Comedy Club and benefits Fresh Start.
Clean Days & Sober Nights is privately owned — and certification isn't mandatory.
Advocates say the Ford Road operation will be the first of its kind in the city.
"There’s not enough resources to get them all in a bed."
Will the endorsement by Surgeon General Jerome Adams affect the debate in Philly?
Pennsylvania's attorney general is not a fan of Phily's proposed CUES.
After 17 years, the community hub is relocating because of neighborhood change.
Plus, "I'll remember the game the next day."
The Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services has been silent about it for months.