Center City Philadelphia
Merchants along Walnut, Chestnut, and Market Streets had workers out shoveling and salting, but crossing at intersections was dicey due to high ridges of snow created by plows grooming the roadways.
KYW Newsradio’s Hadas Kuznits gives us the inside scoop on three exciting new restaurants in Philadelphia.
SEPTA GM Joe Casey says it’s more than cleaning up. It’s installing cameras and better lighting and possibly getting retail development.
This week in “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on two new spots to grab and sandwich and coffee, and an upcoming event for children of all ages.
It’s a rare confluence of the Jewish and American calendars. Plus, food-related holiday gift ideas and dining suggestions!
From center city Philadelphia to Lafayette Hill, Hadas Kuznits reports on the latest food-and-dining news around the Delaware Valley…
Nomad Pizza opens a second center city location, “Cook and Shaker” opens in Kensington, and watch for “St. Benjamin Brewery” in South Kensington later this winter.
Defendant Keith Blake, 48, used a huge knife in the bizarre, midday attack on the victim as she parked in front of her house with her toddler son sleeping in the back seat.
A source says the cable-and-entertainment juggernaut is already outgrowing the Comcast Center, at 17th Street and JFK Boulevard, opened in 2008.
Philadelphia police say someone broke into the apartment of Heidi Watson, daughter of former Flyers’ defenseman Joe Watson, and stole the ring (similar to photo).
If a special event brings you to center city Philadelphia, why not make a night and day of it?
Tuesday’s chilly weather didn’t exactly have people fighting for outdoor seating at Old City restaurants.
Four adults were charged with conspiracy, obstructing highways, failure to disperse, and disorderly conduct.
But, they say 35-year-old Melissa Ketunuti’s body was on fire, found by her dog walker, in the basement of her row-home along the 1700 block of Naudain Street.
Foot traffic is flowing fairly smoothly near the intersection of 16th and Walnut Streets, but dump trucks and front-end loaders have yet to wrap up in the middle of the street.