A new project on the corner of Broad and Spruce Streets will be the city’s tallest structure built for residential use.
Approved at Council’s last meeting of 2013 was a measure authored by Councilman Bill Greenlee that requires local employers to give pregnant workers reasonable accommodations.
Second District Councilman Kenyatta Johnson says L&I’s efforts to clean up unsightly vacant lots are stymied because absentee owners lock them.
You didn’t do the tagging, but if it’s on your property, city council says it’s on you to clean it up.
People all over the city are speaking out about the impact of Nelson Mandela’s life and reacting to his death.
It remains one of the most unique rivalries in sports.
Saying running has truly saved his life, 26-year-old John Ciccone of West Philadelphia started running seriously about two years ago. He was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder when he was 16.
Mayor Nutter’s plan to give a tax break to a developer who wants to build two new hotels in Center City has drawn protests from other hotels in town.
Parents and public school advocates say they’re not at all pleased with the School District’s plans for $45 million dollars recently released by Governor Corbett and they gave City Council an earful this past week.
Actor and comedian Kevin Hart has donated 500 computers to schools and the recreation department in his hometown of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia is ranked number one for smartphone thefts, according to a new survey by AAA.
Mayor Nutter now says using city dollars for the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall will not happen.
Mayor Nutter is mounting a decidedly low-budget rebuttal to the teacher union’s ad campaign which slams him.
The new facility in Hunting Park combines agencies that deal with the aftermath of sex crimes.
A similar lawsuit in Philadelphia resulted in a settlement agreement two years ago, so Monday’s ruling will have no impact here.