A fire in Fishtown; missing boy last seen in Port Richmond.
Tony's Pizza is up for sale, but is likely to remain a pizza restaurant; the vacant Pilsudski Fraternal Association could become apartments, and the former law offces of the late Jack E. Matty may become a family-owned drug store.
Front and Norris streets housing project cancelled; Port Richmond dancer sues; police hunt for Kensington carjacker.
The closure of All Saints Parish and the adjoining Marian Hall means that the Bridesburg Historical Society, along with other community groups, will soon need a new place to meet.
Community members vote ‘yes’ on Tulip Street and Columbia Avenue developments, neighbors living within 500 feet vote ‘no.’
Citing development in River Wards neighborhoods like Fishtown and Northern Liberties, members of the Bridesburg Business Association say they have high hopes for the future of the tight-knit community.
An organization that specializes in “halfway home” re-entry facilities for parolees is moving their offices to Port Richmond, but it's unclear whether they will build a halfway home facility there as well.
There are a little more than three weeks until the next First Friday, and the event has taken off in the River Wards. Even the rain can’t stop it.
As part of Star's ongoing series, “The Blight Fight,” the story of one Port Richmond man who hopes to purchase the vacant former office of the “slumlord millionaire.”
Changes in River Wards churches; home invasion in Port Richmond; an expanding SugarHouse.