A new historical book about the founding of Tacony also highlighted the 2015 Northeast Philadelphia History Fair on Saturday at Holy Family University.
An Oxford Circle woman has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for taking sexually explicit photos of her daughters, ages 6 years and 16 months, and for offering to send the older girl to Michigan to meet a man for sex.
Bethesda Presbyterian Church unveiled Philadelphia’s newest stormwater gardens last Wednesday afternoon, a system of four planted water-retention basins that will allow the Bustleton congregation to reduce its impact on the city’s storm sewers while vastly reducing its water bills.
High school kids must have had it pretty rough in the days before the Internet.
A dead body pulled from the Delaware River near Linden Avenue on Nov. 4 was that of a Frankford High School freshman girl, authorities say.
Judging by its many web reviews, Marino’s Deli is a jewel of a sandwich shop in Wissinoming. And considering that the decades-old eatery doesn’t even have a marquee sign, it surely fits the bill as a hidden gem.
Officer Daniel Boyle Memorial Playground unveils new outdoor mural.
Al Taubenberger gave five concession speeches in five previous runs for office, but Tuesday night was a lot different.
Neighbors showcased their spirit during this year’s Halloween decorating contest.
The same serial armed robber is responsible for holding up more than a dozen cell phone stores since July throughout the city, authorities say. Six of the crimes have occurred in the Northeast.