National Night Out
National Night Out is an annual event that occurs the first Tuesday in August.
Tuesday marks annual National Night Out, which is a nationwide effort to raise awareness about safety in neighborhoods.
Volunteer Nortavian Rogers, with recent tragedies in the city involving kids on his mind, looked around and felt some hope.
It’s called “National Night Out” and it was started 31 years ago by Matt Peskin of Wynnewood, Montgomery County.
Dozens of residents of South Philadelphia met at the Sacks Recreation Center and Playground Monday night for the annual South Philadelphia National Night Out and Kick off Rally Celebration.
Based in Wynnewood, Pa., the National Association of Town Watch has been around for more than thirty years, providing support for thousands of town watch members across the country.
Community groups across the country held walks, block parties and other events against crime in honor of “National Night Out.”
As part of National Night Out, folks in Philadelphia were doing thier part to make their neighborhoods safer Tuesday evening.