On Saturday, May 9th at 2:50 a.m., the suspect entered Xian Cuisine Restaurant at 120 Chestnut Street by breaking through a brick wall.
A $7 million settlement has been reached in a wrongful death lawsuit against two defunct Philadelphia nightclubs stemming from the January 2012 beating death of a Temple University graduate in the historic Old City section of the city.
The accident was reported Wednesday night at the I-676 westbound ramp to North 5th Street.
A Philadelphia Fire Medic caught fire early Friday morning after leaving Jefferson Hospital.
Police are searching for two suspects who were caught on tape stealing an ATM and two flat-screen TV’s from a popular Old City bar.
Firefighters were able to quickly control an electrical fire that started inside a historical building in downtown Philadelphia Tuesday morning.
A Cuban restaurant that’s name literally translates to “Free Cuba” is offering a deal in honor of the renewal of diplomatic relations between the small island nation and the United States.
The fire broke out around 9 a.m. on Thursday near 4th and Race Streets after construction crews reportedly struck a gas main.
Police are searching for a suspect who was caught on tape robbing a female who was using an ATM in Old City.
Polcie responded around 3 p.m. Friday to the unit block of South Front Street.
In a letter to residents here by the bridge when the construction began, the DRPA warned of high levels of noise during the sandblasting and painting of the bridge. That was scheduled to go through tomorrow, but the DRPA says they finished the painting on Sunday.
For the past seven years, Vivant Art Gallery has been a regular on the first Friday’s art stroll. But now it’s closing its doors.
An art gallery gala Friday night has gone to the dogs, and the cats and the birds.
Free walking tours of Philadelphia will take place Saturday in four areas of the city.
Franklin Fountain celebrated their ten-year anniversary Saturday.