— The students are raising money to pay for their trip to Poland. They’ve sold calendars, flowers and cookie dough. A pizza party is next.
A large, formerly industrial field in Bridesburg was once an industrial space, almost became a residential space, and is now a potential industrial space yet again. With all the back-and-forth, neighbors wonder what might eventually find a home in Bridesburg, and if more industry is really what the neighborhood needs.
Check out our big day-by-day list of holiday concerts, tree lightings and other events.
The group's latest meeting helped clarify neighbors' concerns regarding the city's zoning changes.
A higher-than-usual number of voters from the River Wards hit the polls and exercised their rights last week. Here’s what many had to say.
— Three-term Democrat Stack touts his independence. Republican Tomlinson says it's time for a change.
— The Castor Avenue business corridor in Rhawnhurst is not what it used to be back in the good old days. With vigorous efforts to revitalize the area, however, hope is just around the corner.
— With parochial schools set to open today and public schools on Friday, there's no business like shoe business. Just ask the folks at a 60-year-old Northeast Philly institution, Phil's Shoes.