— The presidential race gets top billing, of course, but many important decisions await you when you get into the privacy of the voting booth.
Star reporter Hayden Mitman says goodbye.
After promising throughout his campaign to be accessible and involved in the River Ward communities, City Councilman Mark Squilla (D-1st dist.) shows he means to keep his promise.
In the Wawa Welcome America celebration's Hoagie Day at Independence Mall, the Philadelphia Police took on the Fire Department in a hoagie making race. Officers from Fishtown's 26th police district participated in the contest.
— With their school's future assured, St. Hubert students push for tuition aid from the taxpayers.
— The Bustleton synagogue marks its 50th birthday this year. On Sunday, congregants will celebrate in style.