Millions of families struggle with mental health issues. Doctors say they often feel ashamed or embarrassed. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on an event today aimed at fighting the stigma.
This week brings a deadline for advertising agencies to submit their ideas to the Nutter Administration on how to put ads on city properties and vehicles.
Whether it’s a private driving tour, a walking tour or a day on a Segway, Awfully Nice Tours allows you to experience the finest Philadelphia has to offer, from the city’s great history to it’s food and culture.
Philadelphia’s 35th annual Broad Street Run is taking place on May 4th and Mayor Michael Nutter was among those getting the word out in Love Park Tuesday afternoon.
Whether you love paintings, sculptures or music and murals, here are some of the top places you can visit in Philly.
Volunteers from New York, Philadelphia and the suburbs delivered something for the “soles” of the homeless on Thursday.
Philadelphia has one of the highest rates of signup, but advocates are not resting until the March 31st deadline passes.
Council president Darell Clarke is voicing opposition to a councilman’s plan that would let skateboarders back in an area of the park once the makeover is finished.
Dozens of demonstrators gathered at Love Park on Saturday forming a human chain in an attempt to make the public aware of the unrest and violence happening in Venezuela.
Councilman Jim Kenney suggested that the renovation of Love Park include a section for skateboarders, who once flocked there from around the world.
The mayor had proposed selling the garage beneath Love Park and then using city money to renovate the park itself. Council president Clarke proposed turning much of the park over to new restaurants, with money from those leases paying for the renovation.
A group of Fairmount Park advocates says that Council president Darrell Clarke’s plan to put restaurants in Love Park would turn that famed site into “a food court.”
The debate over who will pay for renovations at Love Park is expected to continue after City Council members return from their winter break in late January.
The temperatures were in the low 60’s, which had those taking in the sights and sounds of the holiday season all smiles in Center City.
The crèche is a Christian tradition containing statues representing the baby Jesus in a stable in Bethlehem.