Local officials recently discussed the tools they are using to fight blight, as well as, St. Anne’s possible future as a charter school and the deteriorating state of the pier at Pulaski Park.
After leaving City Hall when the Occupy Philly camp came to an end, some homeless individuals have found a home with the Nu-Look ministry — it’s under the Betsy Ross Bridge.
Fishtown Action unveils the first of a coming 125 banners that will be displayed throughout the neighborhood.
After losing thousands because of cuts in state funding, the Lutheran Settlement House found other ways to continue its adult education programs.
Branch manager of the Richmond Library, Jerry Franklin, is a big baseball fan. He shares some of his personal collection in a new exhibit that focuses on players who moved to the major leagues after playing in the Negro National League.
To combat crime locally, community groups throughout the riverwards have banded together to create a new crime-watch organization.
Seamus O’Neill was murdered in 2008. Friends and family remember him after his killer was sentenced to life in prison earlier this month.
Kristine and Bill Shaffer, Northern Liberties residents, were wed on March 7 at the Philadelphia International Flower Show — only the second wedding ever held there. The couple's cake was designed by the team from the television show “Cake Boss.”
11th annual trivia competition held in Fishtown.
Mayor Michael Nutter visited Kensington’s McPherson Square last week to announce this year’s upcoming Philly Spring CleanUp.