Ten blocks in the heart of Philadelphia will be turned into a canvas reflecting a crisis in America.
Mayor Michael Nutter signed a groundbreaking bill today, making Philadelphia one of the friendliest cities when it comes to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered rights.
As Philadelphia prepares for the Broad Street Run, city officials are asking that both runners and residents be prepared for a number of things.
Millionaire businessman Tom Knox says he plans to run for mayor of Philadelphia in 2015.
Eyewitness News has learned Olivia Nutter, the daughter of Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter, was assaulted during a track meet.
Mayor Michael Nutter has sent a letter to the U.S. Olympic Committee saying that Philadelphia is “enthusiastically” hoping to host the Olympics and Paralympics in 2024.
Mayor Nutter went to one of Philadelphia’s most violent neighborhoods Thursday, to urge congress to pass gun law reform.
The article, titled “Being White in Philly,” features a series of interviews with anonymous white residents from different areas of the city who share stories about their interaction with black residents.
For Mayor Nutter and the two non-uniformed city worker unions, the day after Nutter’s scuttled budget address saw only a slight cooling-down of the rhetoric.
Mayor Nutter has signed an executive order setting up an Office of Immigrant and Multi-Cultural Affairs, to better weave immigrants into the social, civic and economic culture of the city.
City Council chambers will be packed this coming Thursday as Mayor Nutter unveils his new budget – one that will be hashed over by council members over the new few months.
The guilty plea from the former campaign manager of a city councilwoman led to questions for mayor Nutter about why he had given the man a cushy airport job.
An early appeal may be the first recourse for thousands of Philadelphia homeowners if they take issues with new property assessments that were mailed out by the city Friday.
Sticker shock in the form of new property values are due to be mailed out to Philadelphia homeowners in about two weeks.
Back in December, the mayor appointed a six-member committee to review the November election in order to analyze feedback from the public about any problems that happened on Election Day.
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