Known as “Camp Liberty,” an encampment surfaced after some — who are homeless and had been part of Occupy Philly — moved to an open stretch of pavement under I-95 at Cumberland and Richmond streets.
The city is using a one-two punch to fine owners of blighted property and take them to court.
For nine decades, the grave of a World War I soldier from Tacony lacked an important finishing touch. Pfc. Oxley has been properly saluted.
Lt. Francis “Buddy” Werner was among 19 members of the Philadelphia Fire Department’s Rescue 1 who dispatched to New York on the morning of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Longtime activist Cheri Honkala would use Philly’s sheriff’s office to take on big banks in the foreclosure crisis.
Northern Liberties residents joined Mayor Nutter and Superfresh executives for a grand opening last week — just in time for some hurricane shopping.
Almost six years in, 1 Shot Coffee, a New York-style café, has blossomed with Northern Liberties’ business district.
Richmond Street residents were left holding their noses last week after a dead deer showed up on Indiana Avenue.
Although she has not won just yet, Kim Gavin, from Cramp Elementary, is one of nine finalists for the School District’s Teacher of the Year Award.