The spring allergy season, which had been forecast to be a bad one, is living up to its billing.
Three boys seen on video pointing a BB gun at people in North Philadelphia are facing charges.
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.
Today, City Council will hear from Philadelphia School District superintendent William Hite, on what he says is a 300-million dollar budget hole.
Penn security officials say they’re working with Philadlephia police, state and federal homeland security officials to ensure public safety.
Penn Wood High School upperclassmen are back in school this morning for the first time since a fire damaged the Green Avenue campus. All four grades are sharing one building and the day is split into two sessions.
SEPTA’s fare increases are set to go into effect later this year, and the transit agency is holding several public hearings on the changes this week.
An Overbrook High School student was shot and killed in a playground right across the street from the school.
The clowns scolded drivers and pedestrians who ignored the traffic laws.
The incident happened around 2 a.m. along the 1400 block of Allison Street in the city’s Overbrook section.
Fourteen-year-old Kylie Givens was critically injured when she was hit March 9th at around 8:30pm while crossing Toresdale Avenue at Cheltenham Avenue.
Twitter creator Jack Dorsey, @jack, sent the first ever tweet seven years ago today. “just setting up my twttr” and more than half a billion people have signed up since.
According to the report, 43-percent of international travelers polled say they’d tell friends or neighbors back home to avoid coming to the US.
The cash fare for trips on city buses, subways and trolleys will go from $2 to $2.25 on July 1st of this year, then to $2.50 next year.
The possibility of getting in a car accident jumps significantly the Monday after Daylight Saving time.