The city’s Zoning Board of Adjustment approved the expansion of Immaculate Mary Center, but Holme Circle residents continue to oppose the decision.
The Friends of Pennypack Park encountered a few oddities when they gathered at the park’s Little City parking area on Sept. 24 for their monthly cleanup.
The title of a new book by a Temple University journalism professor raises a compelling and very timely question about how the public acquires its news nowadays.
Authorities have unmasked a “scary clown” who used social media to make a series of violent threats last weekend targeting numerous city schools.
Demolition work has begun on 110,000 square feet of retail space that will feature a ShopRite and a Super Wawa.
Fall was barely one week old, but a man showed up at a Northeast bank on Sept. 29 as if it was the dead of winter. It was his version of a robbery disguise, authorities say.
After almost two years, someone finally gave accident investigators the tip they needed to solve the December 2014 fatal hit and run of a South Philadelphia woman in Holmesburg.
A suspected robber found out that a gun and a knife are no match for a moving car when he tried to hold up a motorist outside of a Rhawnhurst bank on Sept. 19, police say.
In response to noise complaints from neighbors during last winter’s trap shooting season, the Union League of Philadelphia will be shooting in a different direction when the 2016-17 season opens next month at the League’s Torresdale country club.
Authorities have released surveillance photos of two men who may be responsible for installing illegal debit card reading devices at ATMs in Philadelphia and possibly other locales.