“They lied about what happened to Brandon Tate-Brown,” says attorney Brian Mildenberg, who is representing the family of the dead man in a civil suit against the city. He held a press conference with the mother of the dead man.
A mail carrier by day, Morris has a passion that consumes the rest of his life: the arts.
The Odunde Festival will take over 12 city blocks in South Philadelphia tomorrow. It’s the country’s largest African street festival and it’s celebrating a milestone.
The choir is expected to draw standing room only crowds at a half-dozen concerts this weekend.
The information includes the names and statements of the officers involved, DNA evidence, as well as murky video of the moment Brandon Tate-Brown was shot in the head by police during a traffic stop in Mayfair.
The Committee on Historic Designation of the Philadelphia Historical Commission has voted to recommend to the full commission that St. Laurentius be designated a historic place.
Philadelphia non-profit that helps women transition back into the workplace is expanding its services.
Griot Works produces artistic works featuring professional griots, or storytellers that present folk tales from African and Caribbean cultures in the community.
In its first year, the program has cut the number of child arrests in half. Jovon Scere is grateful for how the program helped her daughter, Jahnira Scere-Jones.
This multi-faceted exhibit takes a look at LGBT rights from a time when being gay was a crime to today, when gay marriage may be on the verge of becoming the law of the land.
“We look at homicide as a public health epidemic,” said Dorothy Johnson Speight, who started Mothers in Charge after her 24-year-old son, Khaaliq, was murdered several years ago.
At police headquarters on Federal Street, three new captains and ten new lieutenants took the oath of office.
Victim rights groups are seeking an audience with Pope Francis when he comes to Philadelphia this fall for the World Meeting of Families — and a mother and father who lost their son are leading the effort.
Septa’s Board voted unanimously to alter its advertisement policy to ban any ads that express an opinion.
Master welder Joe Williams spent decades in construction. Eventually he decided he it was time to do something more.