The Point in Time – or PIT count – is a census of all unsheltered men and women in the city on one night in January.
Poverty in Pennsylvania has risen slightly, but remains below the national average.
Philadelphia had the strongest growth in Pennsylvania, at 1.4 percent, or just over 21,600.
New analysis of census figures shows that the percentage of Asians in Philadelphia’s immigrant community has increased seven-fold over the last 40 years.
Want to know the secret to staying married? You might want to ask someone from New Jersey.
New information from the U.S. Census indicates that the number of whites increased slightly in Philadelphia, while the number of blacks went down slightly.
More of us are not getting married but live together instead, and a local psychologist sheds some light on why that might be so.
A tree census is underway in the Philadelphia area and for many of us, it’s do it yourself. The goal is to expand our understanding of the benefits of trees in health, energy and quality of life.
New census figures released today show that Philadelphia has apparently reversed more than five decades of population decline.
A census report due out today will likely weaken Pennsylvania’s congressional clout and perhaps make it more difficult for Democrats to be elected.