Matt Muto can tell you stories, but his tales aren’t personal reminiscences; they’re little slices of the city’s heritage.
The Greater Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce will hold a business card exchange on Thursday, July 31, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Men’s and Boys’ Store, located at 10 Fetters Mill Square (near Red Lion Road and Huntingdon Pike).
History is leaving its mark, well, marks, in Tacony.
So who ya gonna believe?
Philadelphians are more likely to encounter people with mental health issues than they are likely to come across someone having a heart attack.
A city contractor on Monday began tearing down a Frankford home that was heavily damaged in a 2013 fire.
A state historical marker was unveiled on Saturday morning to honor Byberry Hall, situated on the grounds of Byberry Friends Meeting at Byberry and Thornton roads, which was built in 1846-1847 by noted abolitionist Robert Purvis and others to serve as a community meeting place and safe venue for anti-slavery activists to gather.
Anyone who is appealing a real estate assessment with the Board of Revision of Taxes should keep an eye on the mail.
Chuck Cassidy may be best-known as a Philadelphia police officer who was killed in the line of duty almost seven years ago, but there was a lot more to the man than his badge and gun. For example, Cassidy coached girls basketball and softball, along with soccer for both girls and boys with the Crispin Gardens Athletic Club in Holme Circle.
It’s road trip season for many people in Philadelphia. Whether you’re headed down the shore or someplace else for a little R&R with friends and family, one thing is certain — you will likely feel the pinch of rising gas prices at the gas pump.