The men were apparently fishing in the creek near Lincoln Drive and Forbidden Drive in Fairmount Park.
Police say it was just after 2 a.m. Saturday when they found a man in a car that had run off the road and crashed into a tree at 33rd and Girard Avenue.
The project recaptures the design principles of the original 1957 work by Tansai Sano, the landscape architect from Kyoto.
More than 5,000 participants came out to Fairmount Park on Saturday morning to race to help raise money for charity.
“Individuals or non-profit organizations or corporations have to get in touch with us and then what we are able to do is change the color of the lights for them,” Barry Bessler said.
Here are the top summer vacation activities in Philadelphia.
For the serious amateur athlete, the challenge of triathlons, mudders and other running competitions that feature a something-extra challenge, there are a number of events scheduled in Philadelphia and surrounding areas this summer.
The iconic estate has a history going back to the Revolutionary War, and was a stop on the Underground Railroad. The group that runs the site is suing a contractor over a partially completed addition.
Police say it appears the cyclist lost control of his bike, crashed and impaled himself on a metal fence on Black Road, near MLK Drive.
Philadelphia police continue their investigation into a robbery of the Valley Green Inn located along Forbidden Drive in Fairmount Park.
As the sun came up on the first day of May, several people gathered in Fairmount Park to celebrate – and to continue an ancient tradition.
As a competitor in athletic events, sweat and some dirt and grime go with the territory. For a muddy good time, check out these events in Philadelphia.
Celebrate the culture of Japan against a backdrop of gorgeous flowers at this year’s Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival.
The Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center is debuting a new event, “Culture and Conversation,” and you’re invited.
“We have about twelve of them left at this point, and we guard them very carefully,” notes Lucy Strackhouse of the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust.