Jason Cichonski was quickly eliminated in this season’s “Top Chef” TV competition. Not dwelling on that, he is opening his second Philadelphia restaurant.
In the wake of several deadly purse snatchings in Philadelphia, dozens rallied Saturday to call for an end to violence against women.
Merchants along Walnut, Chestnut, and Market Streets had workers out shoveling and salting, but crossing at intersections was dicey due to high ridges of snow created by plows grooming the roadways.
Streets Commissioner David J. Perri says Market Street from 18th to 21st Street will be temporarily closed on Nov. 30 from 6 a.m. – 4 p.m.
CBS 3 has learned that Philadelphia Police are trying to determine if a vicious attack on an Old City street Tuesday night may be linked to the so-called “Knockout Game” in which criminals try to punch a random victim so hard they lose consciousness.
A steady stream of soggy travelers lined up in the rain Wednesday morning to board buses to get home for the holidays.
Testifying was Nancy Winkler, the city treasurer, and her husband, whose daughter Anne and five others died last June when a building demolition at 22nd and Market Streets went awry.
The incident was reported at about 5:20 p.m. at 10th and Market Streets.
New meets old. Development and redevelopment projects are in the works near 3rd and Market Streets in Old City. And something that is not so common in the historic district….chain stores.
A hearing over subpoenaed records in the fatal Market Street building collapse this spring was postponed Wednesday, but a Philadelphia architect is facing even more requests for documents.
Philadelphia will celebrate the re-lighting of four bridges along the Schuylkill River Thursday night.
A rally was held outside of the federal courthouse in Center City Saturday afternoon to urge the Justice Department to file civil rights charges against George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
It happened along a busy Market Street in broad daylight.
A judge has ruled that the demolition contractor charged in the deaths of six people buried when a building collapsed in Philadelphia must meet bail of $1.55 million.
A banner requesting Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter to resign flew across the city Wednesday morning.