Landlords Must Receive Notice Before PGW Can "lien" On Them For Tenants' Unpaid BillsPGW has placed some 80-thousand liens, for more than 70-Million dollars, on unsuspecting landlords whose tenants skipped without paying the gas bill.
Councilwoman Proposes Bill Addressing Pedestrian Safety On Closed SidewalksThe bill is a response to the checkerboard of closed sidewalks that make navigating Center City on foot challenging.
Mayor Kenney's First Year Marked By Success, Stress... And A Twitter HiatusBut does he like his job?
Philadelphia Police Stepping Up Security Details At City Hall's Christmas Village In Wake Of Berlin AttackThe ripple effects from a deadly truck attack in Germany are being felt in Philadelphia on Monday night.
Christmas Tree Outside City Hall Now Shining BrightThe Philly Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony took place on a brisk Saturday evening.
An Audit Of Pennsylvania Election Results? Already Underway A University of Michigan computer security expert has raised alarms about election results in three key states, including Pennsylvania.
Court Orders Federal Agencies To Show Whether They Spied On Occupy ProtestersAttorney Paul Hetznecker filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request two years ago.
Proposal To Put Ads On City Buildings Falls Short Mayor Kenney supported the proposal and said he's disappointed, but accepts the decision.
PA Ballot Question Leads To State Supreme Court ConfusionThe question asks voters to decide whether Supreme Court judges should have to retire at age 75.
New Commission Represents LGBT Community In PhiladelphiaLGBT Affairs director Nellie Fitzpatrick said the Commission will advise the administration on the communities needs and experiences.
Christmas Village Moves To New Location For Holiday SeasonThe Village opens on November 27 and runs rain or shine through Christmas Eve.
Victims Of Homicide Remembered At City HallPhiladelphia officials come together to reflect on the lives of those who died as a result of a violent crime.