Though the landscape of the Philly school system may look bleak at times, some local programs, like Kengsington's Congreso de Latinos Unidos, still work hard on behalf of students.
A look at The Choice is Yours, a program that gives first-time nonviolent drug offenders in the city the chance to avoid jail and learn career and social skills.
EKNA president Jeff Carpineta and local artist Jesse Gardner have an interesting idea to bring the neighborhood together.
— For the better part of a decade, Central was on top of the Public League girls soccer scene; now, it's Towne's time.
— Eight years ago, the GW baseball program lost one of its own to leukemia. Every May, they honor his memory.
With parks playing such a crucial role in life in our neighborhoods, where's the money to help fund them?
High school students from Kensington’s Mariana Bracetti Academy told personal tales at The Walking Fish Theatre last week.