There may be a city that’s even more sleep deprived than “the city that never sleeps.”
Chase Utley explains he loves playing in Philly and for the fans of this city.
Time Is Running Out To Apply For Program That Allows Homeowners To Defer Portion Of Real Estate Taxes
Low-income Philadelphia homeowners have less than a month left to apply for a program that lets them defer a portion of their real estate taxes.
More than two dozen Occupy Philadelphia protesters have filed suit against the city and police over their arrests when authorities broke up their encampment two years ago.
Hundreds of Philadelphia School District students took to the streets Thursday afternoon to protest proposed budget cuts.
The district has closed two dozen schools, it’s banking on salary cuts of an average ten percent from its employees, and it cut central office staff in half. But Superintendent William Hite says there’s still a $242 million dollar budget hole.
The true economic impact of the Made In America concert won’t be known for a few weeks, but the concert is already proving profitable for hotels in the city.