The family of a Temple student murdered outside of a nightclub has spent months writing the Vatican with the hope of getting an audience with the Holy Father, and they are still praying for a miracle.
The Philadelphia Housing Authority broke ground today at 24th and Bolton Streets on what officials are calling the largest housing development project in city history.
Komen Philadelphia teamed up with the Philadelphia Police Department on Tuesday to honor Team Pink Cuffs, a group of Philly cops that have raised thousands to cure breast cancer.
Civil rights icon Julian Bond grew up in the greater Philadelphia area — and went on to break barriers in his fight for equality. The longtime board chairman of the NAACP died Saturday in Florida after a brief illness. He was 75.
It may only be preseason football, but for the biggest of Eagles fans it’s the real season of tailgating.
It’s Hip Hop Celebration Day in Philadelphia, and there’s a city proclamation to prove it. A New York man with local roots is hoping take the celebration nationwide.
Despite the large field, there’s only one diamond shared by nine girl softball teams.
The Martin de Porres Foundation is offering 300 scholarships to Philadelphia’s Black Catholic community.
Project Home is beefing up its Homemade Product line with special items designed specifically for the World Meeting of Families in September.
It’s called the Philly Girls Fund and it’s a grant making circle for high school girls.
Forbes Magazine announced this week a million dollar contest for millennial entrepreneurs who want to the change the world.
He says Black parishes are also planning an African heritage mass, as well as one focused on Ghanaian culture.
Aramark put out a call for 1,500 to 2,000 workers.
Five weeks after a major water main broke open spilling millions of gallons of water into a West Philadelphia neighborhood, residents of the area are still dealing with the aftermath.
Police are investigating a suspicious fire that forced more than a dozen people from their homes overnight in South Philadelphia.