Center City Philadelphia
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.
You may have walked by and never noticed it, but there is the coolest little museum at Broad and Walnut Streets in center city.
Scores of police officers swarmed a SEPTA bus this morning in Center City Philadelphia in response to the desperate pleas of a driver being choked by a passenger who was armed with a knife.
Katie Martin with the Mayor’s Communication Office confirmed on Thursday that there is talk of a W Hotel coming to the city.
Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary provided a “dry run” for the state’s new voter ID law.
John F. Collins designed the tiny sliver of a park that was built in the 1700 block of Chestnut Street in the 1970s.
Ten years ago, Bridgette Mayer had an idea: open up her own gallery and show young artists. Of all the cities she had lived in, she picked Philadelphia.
PHS president Drew Becker says the urban oasis produced more than 600 pounds of food since it opened in June.
Market Street West in center city and JFK Boulevard look a little different today. The city has begun a two-week test of reducing both thoroughfares by one lane.
The trolley, with a police escort, made its way through city streets for about and hour and a half as beads, bracelets, cheer cards, and rally towels were tossed to pedestrians.
A center city Philadelphia lunchtime crowd today was treated to a street performance promoting fitness through dance.
Several community groups have been texting and tweeting, attempting to get the word out about the protest, Saturday at 8:30 PM, that begins with a rally at Broad and South Streets.
Mayor Michael Nutter has announced tighter weekend curfew rules as he continues grappling with the threat of “flash mobs” in Philadelphia.
Stephen Lyde, 23, has pleaded guilty to a vicious assault on a bicyclist during a “flash mob” riot at Broad and South Streets two years ago.
Plans for construction of a medical office tower in center city by Penn Health System have gotten an initial okay in Philadelphia City Council despite concerns voiced by nearby Jefferson University.