Now its third year, River Wards Restaurant Week can hardly keep up with the culinary renaissance taking hold locally. But there are plenty of good deals to be had.
A Sergeant Street family has lived in the shadow of an abandoned home for years, and it isn’t getting any better.
The Office of Business Services is using the web and local directors to help spur business in a notoriously unfriendly business culture.
After taking first place at a skate competition last week, Fishtown’s Joey Lineman is headed to the renowned Woodward East skate camp.
Area community group leaders, police and elected officials met with developer David Grasso last week to discuss his plans for a large music venue on Richmond Street.
Developer David Grasso received the needed zoning changes for a 3,000-person venue on Richmond Street in Fishtown, leaving neighbors with little say in issues such as parking and security.
Residents in East Kensington are once again fighting to save Emerald Street Park, which has been targeted for development several times in recent years.
The city wants Fishtown's Green Rock Tavern to get rid of their bike rack - in their eyes, an illegal sidewalk cafe.
Last week, a City Council committee OK’d a bill that would alter zoning and make the 34,000-square-foot music venue possible, with plans to vote Thursday, June 16, on the bill.