Austin started “Daddy University” in 2004, helping fathers in the African-American community do a better job for their kids.
It’s been ten years since the Hamilton Elementary School at 57th and Spruce Streets had a library.
The African American Children’s Book Fair is today at the Community College of Philadelphia.
Love is a schoolteacher in North Philadelphia who inspires her students and, she says, was inspired by them in turn.
The Philadelphia Technician Training Institute is hoping to leap into a bigger space to serve more students.
Families earning $53,000 or less and individuals earning $20,000 or less will qualify for the free tax prep service at one of 30 sites in Philadelphia and South Jersey.
The show runs February 28th through March 8th.
On video, two plainclothes officers took down the suspect peacefully as he brandished a weapon in a Dunkin Donuts store.
“We make sure that nobody dies out here, because that could happen very easily,” notes Sam Santiago, with Project Home.
When Madeline Hoffman’s grandmother taught her how to sew, she decided put her newfound skills to good use by creating wheelchair and walker bags for those in need.
January is human trafficking awareness month and a Kensington drop-in center for women is using the time to educate their public about the sex trade going on right under your nose.
The organizers of that massive march are not the names usually associated with traditional civic leadership in Philadelphia.
Eyewitnesses say Shay Wharton was repeatedly punched in the face after her backpack accidentally bumped a man on the crowded Route 15 trolley.
Will Little spent ten years in prison for murder but says he changed his life through positive thinking.
Five thousand volunteers converged on Girard College’s campus, headquarters for the day’s event, to participate in 150 service projects.