The ribbon-cutting and inaugural bike ride showcased Philadelphia’s first separated on-road bicycle and pedestrian trail, running for about 1,400 feet from Spring Garden Street to Ellen Street.
A Philadelphia man made a surprising find on his street: a juvenile alligator.
Philadelphia Water Department repair crews quickly capped an eight-inch water main break in Fishtown early Sunday morning.
The incident happened shortly after 9 a.m. on Saturday. The Philadelphia Police Marine Unit was called to the location just behind Sugar House Casino along Delaware Avenue.
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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.
Philadelphia Police have released surveillance video of a vehicle they say was involved in the hit-and-run accident that critically injured a 15-year-old girl.
Police in Philadelphia say they have a zeroed in on a person of interest wanted in connection with a hit-and-run incident in Fishtown last Thursday.
Travel and Leisure Magazine says we’re #4 in a reader’s poll of the 20 best cities for pizza in America – behind Chicago, Providence and New York.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder suffered by returning war veterans is a growing issue facing both vets and the social service agencies that treat them.
The Flyers home opener is Saturday and students at an elementary school in Fishtown were showing their enthusiasm at a pep rally today.
Philadelphia Water Department officials say service has been restored to a number of customers in Fishtown who had been left without it since early Sunday morning.
Crews are working to fix a water main break that occurred in Fishtown early Sunday morning.
Three-hundred-forty-three full grown marijuana plants, 150 plants in the incubation stage and three large bags of cut marijuana. That’s what police say they found in a home on the 2300 block of Frankford Avenue on Thursday.
Inside a church in Fishtown, you can feel the noise, courtesy of Rock to the Future, a free afterschool program for underprivileged students ages 9 to 17.