If Kensington resident Raul D. Aguirre hadn’t turned to a life of crime, as police allege he did, Aguirre might’ve become one heck of a personal assistant.
A handful of restaurants are set to open in the coming months as Fishtown becomes a choice location for food industry novices and veterans.
Are the River Wards becoming a hotspot for virtual currency?
Mikala Jamison says goodbye to Star.
With this, 2013’s final edition of Star, we present a wrap-up of some of the most engaging, controversial and talked-about news stories in Fishtown, Northern Liberties, Kensington, Port Richmond and Bridesburg. It’s been quite a year.
We had quite a few submissions for our holiday home decorating contest in the River Wards! Here's the winner.
The Port Richmond Trail recently opened thanks to the Delaware River City Corporation, and now Bridesburg will soon see similar developments.
A holiday message from the editor.
Neighbors say they are taking it upon themselves to fix up Cione Playground, since it's currently in disrepair, and not properly serving the memory of its namesake, police officer Frederick Cione.