Tom and Natalie Morgan did not plan to join the hundreds of thousands of papal pilgrims on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Sunday, but something called them there.
World War II veteran and Torresdale resident Sir Stanley Wojtusik, a man knighted by monarchs in Belgium and Luxembourg for his tireless efforts to memorialize the Battle of the Bulge, died at his home on Friday. He was 90.
Streets of Philadelphia: Pope Francis visited the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility on Sunday morning. Pilgrims gathered near the prison, hoping to catch a glimpse of the Holy Father.
The once-unusable basketball surface received a makeover; the playground also added a new tot play area, and a new play area for older children as part of a $363,000 project.
Pope Francis on Saturday morning blessed John Marynowitz, a police officer severely wounded in a June 16, 1993, shooting.
Broad Street Media LLC announced today that it has acquired the intellectual property rights to Philadelphia City Paper from SB New York Inc. SB New York also owns Metro, the free daily that is distributed in New York, Philadelphia and Boston. It purchased City Paper in August 2014.
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The 7th Police District Advisory Council honored Frederick Clough and Timothy Taylor as Officers of the Month for August during the council’s monthly meeting on Sept. 21 at the Lafayette-Redeemer home.
A rally of pilgrims gathered at St. Katharine Drexel Shrine in Bensalem this morning with high hopes of catching a glimpse of Pope Francis. There were rumors circulating throughout the Northeast Philadelphia and Lower Bucks County communities that the pontiff was going to visit the National Shrine following his scheduled appearance at Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility.
City officials cut the ribbon on the new $15.5 million Philadelphia Police Training Center on Woodhaven Road.