North Broad Street
“The masts are 50-foot-tall, stainless steel columns, with a steel mesh, And they’re lit from the inside, ” explains Streets Department chief engineer Darin Gatti.
Philadelphia Police say the suspect who violently attacked a 75-year-old man in a gas station, robbed an 18-year-old female one hour later.
Police say a man who was shot multiple times lost control of his pickup truck and collided with another vehicle while driving himself to the hospital in North Philadelphia.
The columns stood by the entrance of Einstein for nearly 100 years, until a project to open access to the hospital from Broad Street forced their removal.
Officials say five small fire were intentionally set on floors inside what will be the residential tower of Morgan Hall, at Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue in North Philadelphia.
Hadas Kuznits reports on a chef competition featuring kosher cooking, a New Jersey farm that’s making fresh cheeses in Reading Terminal Market, and a new Philadelphia food truck featuring waffles!
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is reminding prospective developers that the deadline to apply for Philadelphia’s second casino license is just three weeks away.
More development could be coming soon to the North Broad Street corridor, by the developer who recently purchased the Divine Lorraine Hotel.
The seventh annual Unity in the Community Day Festival is taking place in the Logan section of Philadelphia today.
The Philadelphia Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating the suspect responsible in multiple robberies involving two Game Stop stores earlier this week.
Developer Bart Blatstein has announced an audacious plan for the white tower on North Broad Street that currently houses the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
The Pennsylvania Ballet has received a big contribution toward its planned construction of a new headquarters and a ballet school on North Broad Street.
Just a block from North Broad Street, at Girard and Watts, police say someone shot and killed 50-year-old Kevin Drinks on the evening of December 10th, in front of the furniture store where he worked.
The art deco-styled theatre opened its doors in 1929. It started out as a movie theatre, and by the 1960s it was the crown jewel of Philadelphia’s black entertainment scene.
The Pennsylvania Ballet is building a home on North Broad Street, just north of Vine Street.