Hundreds of firefighters and residents gathered in solidarity in Port Richmond last Wednesday evening to honor Fire Capt. John Taylor and firefighter Rey Rubio for giving the ultimate sacrifice exactly 10 years ago.
How the Port Richmond Town Watch contributes to neighborhood safety, in light of concerns about lacking police and abundant crime.
Neighbors living near Powers Park have complained the space is being taken over by teenagers who stir up trouble, trash the area and openly drink and use drugs. Now, locals are attempting to turn things around.
The newly formed Port Richmond West Community Action Network met last week in hopes to further its goal to make the community a cleaner, safer place for residents.
The city is using a one-two punch to fine owners of blighted property and take them to court.
Residents in Port Richmond are grappling with a variety of issues after an angry mob attacked a family in their Indiana Street home on Sept. 9.
Fed up with drug users, one Port Richmond resident decided to send a clear message to heroin addicts getting high in front of his home.