The Port Richmond Trail recently opened thanks to the Delaware River City Corporation, and now Bridesburg will soon see similar developments.
As the turkeys, mashed potatoes and other goodies are about to be placed on dinner tables across the Northeast on Thursday, what do we have to be thankful for this Thanksgiving?
A new neighborhood biking and walking path is meant to open up the Delaware River to residents who, for too long, couldn’t truly enjoy it.
PennDOT is planning a redesign and expansion of Interstate 95 that will cause changes in Bridesburg's traffic patterns, leaving some locals miffed.
— The park is the first of what is expected to be many along the North Delaware.
— Folks who enjoy the great outdoors will soon get a lot more of it at the edge of the Delaware River.
Work is about to begin on construction of a 4.5-acre park near the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge.
A recent study signaling the recovery of Philadelphia’s waterways could mean significant investments to the waterfront in Bridesburg.