Justin Harrison, a volunteer organizer with the group “15 Now” says with the current minimum wage, it’s virtually impossible to make ends meet.
All of the rowers have overcome tremendous challenges to compete, including Maddie Jones of Villanova, who has cerebral palsy.
North Philadelphia book store is serving as the incubator for budding artists in the genre.
The end of September is normally a popular time for brides and grooms to say “I do,” but area wedding planners say that’s not so this year.
More than 73,000 people used the hashtag #ILookLikeAnEngineer to post photos of themselves and promote diversity in technology.
The organization needs 1,000 volunteers for the Pope’s visit in September, and the time to sign up has arrived.
Federal officials have been in touch with property management about measures they are taking.
Mayor Nutter said the City Commerce Department has developed an online “business resource center” just for the Pope’s visit that will be on the city website beginning Monday.
Habitat for Humanity held a “builders blitz” at the 1900 block of Turner Street.
The perfectly formed shapes add pops of color to a wall along Frankford Avenue. This is result of classroom study taken to the street.
The Dalai Lama’s visit to Philadelphia is proving to be a big draw.
The Perseid Meteor Shower was advertised by the experts as one of the best to watch in years.
The owner is seeking the city’s permission to be re-zoned so it can sell firearms, but residents and community groups want to stop him.
City Council President Darrell Clarke, on Wednesday, promised to expand a program that helps low-income Philadelphia residents stay in their homes by making repairs and improving energy efficiency.
13-year-old Michael says he appreciates hard work in the face of adversity.
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!