Vandals did an estimated $50,000 in damage to Lincoln High Schools athletic field in early September.
More than 18,000 homeowners are appealing their properties’ new assessments with the Board of Revision of Taxes, an agency that typically sees between 1,000 and 2,000 appeal applications annually.
Jared Brito can recall dying. It’s kind of a cute story.
Some new life has been breathed into the long-vacant New Frankford Community Y building at Leiper and Arrott streets.
A former Northeast assistant parish pastor won’t be tried on charges he molested a young altar boy more than a decade ago.
A bill that outlaws automated purchasing machines like the two in Franklin Mills was voted favorably out of committee last week.
Retired science teacher Marilyn Krupnik has a good idea what she wants done with scores of paintings that were removed from the Wilson Middle School in 2003 and 2004 and put into storage.
A new bill aims to encourage tax-delinquent homeowners to pay back their taxes by offering a complete or partial reduction of their penalty fees.
City Council is considering outlawing machines that dispense dollars in exchange for small electronics like smartphones and iPods as one way of curbing skyrocketing phone thefts.
The Frankford Parks Group, a nonprofit dedicated to fixing up and maintaining some small neighborhood parks, elected a new board on Oct. 8, said treasurer and former president Kimberly Washington.