A Philadelphia taxi co-op has taken a major step forward in the six-year battle to become the first recognized and approved by the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
Despite his team’s early exit from the NCAA Tournament, head coach Jay Wright is proud of their 33 wins and Big East Tournament title.
SEPTA is releasing it’s budget for the 2015 fiscal year. It includes a increase of about three-percent, but no fare increases.
One of the main concerns for patients such as Candace Gantt, third from left, is the gap between “rehabilitation,” when they are functioning but not at 100 percent, and full recovery.
Landing the championship game is another feather in the cap for Mayor Michael Nutter and his team, who have been on a roll lately.
A new key making company has set up kiosks in Philadelphia, and the technology goes a step beyond the standard locksmith.
Gas prices are steadily creeping back up after bottoming out earlier this year.
Hundreds of people bundled up Saturday morning to watch the Mummers strut on Main Street
A Philadelphia street performer made waves in Hollywood this week
PennDOT is preparing roads in the area for when temperatures drop below freezing overnight.
Grammy-winning producer Kenny Gamble was joined by “DMC” of the seminal hip-hop group, Run-DMC.
The Gallery is set to undergo an overhaul and Wednesday was the last day for merchant’s who own kiosks to do business.
With one potential case of measles in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and another confirmed in northern New Jersey, health officials are stressing the importance of vaccinations.
SEPTA officials are reminding drivers and pedestrians that it’s never OK to stop on the tracks.
Winter weather is coming, despite your Super Bowl plans. But PennDOT crews aren’t waiting on the sideline. They’ve already jumped into action.