SEPTA’s police force wants to improve relationships with riders, and they are doing so with a small piece of paper.
Philadelphia district attorney Seth Williams engaged in a dialogue with 60 students at City School about the danger of using electronic devices to hurt someone by either words or photos.
A Philadelphia social service agency that runs “Pennsylvania Career Link” centers in the city today opened its first “integrated” center, offering all its services in one location.
It’s part of a new program by the US Department of Homeland Security, called “iGuardian.”
The end result could be fewer billboards overall, but more of them would be digital electronic displays.
They’re the first voices you hear when you dial 911.
Perhaps you’ve posed under the Love sculpture for a photo, or taken a stroll along Kelly Drive with your significant other, but would you ever refer to Philly as a “romantic” city?
Coming up this month: two food-related fundraisers for worthy causes, and the reopening of the “Independence Beer Garden,” at 6th and Market.
A plan is coming together to breath new life into the Gallery shopping mall.
For nine days, beginning April 24, budding scientists of all ages will have the chance to discover the science happening across the region at The Franklin Institute’s fifth annual Philadelphia Science Festival.
It was part of a nationwide mobilization of low-wage workers who want to see the national minimum wage raised to $15 an hour.
“Generosity is contagious, and it’s the most enjoyable way to live,” says Brad Leach, head pastor of City Life Church, which provided a free lunch for officers of the Third Police District.
Peco employees were inside the Philabundance warehouse in South Philadelphia today, helping to box food to be distributed to low-income seniors in need.
Delores Clark (right), 86, has lived there most of her life and says her house needed a lot of work. It was repaired by an army of volunteers.
Executives and businesspeople gathered today in a conference room at Campbell’s Soup Co. to talk about the steps necessary for revitalizing Camden.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!