Delaware River Waterfront
Sixth District councilman Bobby Henon, whose district includes the land that the city intends to buy, originally planned to call the measure up for a vote, but then changed his mind.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start of summer at the shore, but not everyone is headed to the beach this weekend. If you’re staying closer to home, there’s plenty to do.
Police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck a car along the Philadelphia waterfront and then fled.
The highly anticipated Spruce Street Harbor Park is beginning to take shape and is expected to be ready by Friday.
When you’re ready to escape the chaos of the city, there are many parks located in and around Philadelphia that offer a relaxing break.
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary season of the River Rink along the Penn’s Landing, “Winterfest” has been created around the ice skating rink — and it opens on Friday.
Wondering what the future of the Delaware River Waterfront looks like? Preliminary plans have been released.
Officials say two women have been hospitalized after a shooting near the Delaware River waterfront.
Sugarhouse casino officials say construction should take about two years now that the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved a revised plan to expand their waterfront casino.
Officials involved in casino mogul Steve Wynn’s proposed resort along the Delaware River waterfront in Fishtown held a vendor outreach event Wednesday for those in the construction, supply and subcontracting fields.
The 15th Season of the Smooth Jazz Summer Nights Concert Series at Penn’s Landing celebrates women in music with an illustrious all female lineup that will leave you awestruck and enthralled.
The Race Street Connector is a pedestrian friendly walkway that provides easy access from Race Street in Old City to the Race Street Pier and the riverfront.
The Delaware River Waterfront has received a face-lift near the Ben Franklin Bridge with the opening of a new pier.
The William Penn Foundation is donating five million dollars to the city to spruce up the Delaware River waterfront, including better access for pedestrians.
The plan calls for a series of new city streets, ten Rittenhouse Square-sized parks, a river trail connecting the parks, and space for small-scale residential development. The final version of the plan is expected by next spring.