Police commissioner Charles Ramsey says private surveillance systems have aided the Philadelphia Police Department in fighting crime on numerous occasions.
The mayor says it will show unified support for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings and raise awareness of the “One Fund Boston.”
A distress signal was detected from the Sea Tow boat Cape Hatteras on Tuesday morning, according to the US Coast Guard.
Tuesday’s chilly weather didn’t exactly have people fighting for outdoor seating at Old City restaurants.
A two day Latin-American film festival starts Saturday, April 27th in Philadelphia.
“It is very disconcerting that (Chechen fighters) now come to the United States — because it would strain credulity that it was only these two,” says Edward Turzanski of the Foreign Policy Research Institute.
As authorities investigate the early morning arson fire that badly damaged a Lansdowne high school, a plan is being worked on to get the kids back to class.
One woman says she is committed to race in the Broad Street Run next month in honor of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
“I’m angry anytime anyone gets hurt in this city, whether it be by guns or any other method. You know, it’s about violence. It’s about the culture of violence, and a mindset in that regard,” the mayor said.
“Hidden City Philadelphia” is getting ready to hold its second art festival at various so-called “forgotten” sites in the city.
The final touches are being put on the Philadelphia Zoo’s new $33.3-million children’s area, scheduled to open to the public this Saturday..
About 50 people, many dressed in pajamas and costumes, showed up with pillows at Washington Square Park near 6th and Walnut Streets to participate in International Pillow Fight Day.
Mayor Nutter says the check for Nelson Mandela Myers will be in the mail very soon.
We spoke with a bay crabber who has concerns about the crustaceans’ population this year.
Students of the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts had the opportunity to ask questions of Ta’Rea Campbell, the lead of “Sister Act” who was once a student at CAPA.
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