City Council last week passed a pair of bills designed to make it easier — and cheaper — to do business in Philadelphia.
Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the two armed men who made off with jewelry worth more than $200,000 from the Belaggio jewelry store on the 2100 block of Cottman Ave. at 4:50 p.m. last Friday.
Cesar Viveros, the artist who will create a series of murals for the Frankford business corridor, wants to hear residents’ stories about the neighborhood next Tuesday from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Frankford Community Development Corporation, 4900 Griscom St.
Members of the Greater Bustleton Civic League will discuss neighborhood zoning issues and vote on bylaws changes when they meet at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at Temple Beth Ami, 9201 Old Bustleton Ave.
When a veteran dies at the Delaware Valley Veterans Home on Southampton Road, the death is marked with a military ceremony — and dignity.
A 21-year-old Philadelphia man was killed Sunday afternoon in a Roosevelt Boulevard traffic accident.
A Frankford Avenue convenience store owner who wants to renovate his property and also sell beer got an earful from a few opponents during a meeting of the Frankford Civic Association.
The final defendant was sentenced last week in the case of former city workers who ransacked four Northeast Philadelphia homes.
Talk about a string quartet — two violinists, a cellist and violist — and most people will think “classical” music.
It was a jubilant time for motorists last week when completed repairs to the Holme Avenue bridge ended months of detours and aggravation.