CBS 3 has learned that Philadelphia Police are trying to determine if a vicious attack on an Old City street Tuesday night may be linked to the so-called “Knockout Game” in which criminals try to punch a random victim so hard they lose consciousness.
Bartenders and managers in Old City tell KYW Newsradio the day before Thanksgiving is a huge night, second only to New Year’s Eve:
Nearly a month after fire broke out a firehouse in Old City — we now know the cause.
Philadelphia’s iconic Bookbinder’s restaurant will soon be reopened by chef Jose Garces.
The end of the government shutdown means Philadelphia’s historical sites are now open for business.
Old City restaurant High Street on Market will begin serving dinner today, Wednesday, Oct. 16th.
After falling victim to the federal government shutdown, City Tavern will reopen Saturday.
The Old City Seaport Festival is taking place this weekend. Organizers are promising a family-friendly few days of tall ships, fine food and even a pirate battle.
A suspect was arrested after police say he tried to break into a school in Philadelphia early Monday morning.
In light of the partial government shutdown, an Old City restaurant is trying to help both residents and tourists make the best of a bad situation.
Firefighters’ Union Official: Closed Engine Company Could Have Made Difference In Battling Firehouse Blaze
Firefighters Union Local 22 President Joe Schulle says if Engine 8 were still housed at 4th and Arch, crews would have had faster access to water to extinguish the fire in Medic Unit 44. Engine 8 was deactivated in 2009 in a cost-saving move.
Philadelphia police commanders handed out commendation citations to more than 80 officers Wednesday afternoon during ceremonies held in the Fraternal Order of Police headquarters in Northeast Philadelphia.
This hot weather has us all screaming for ice cream! Two local favorites have made The Daily Meal’s top 17 milkshake places in the country.
On the streets of Old City the air has been thick with the odor of horses and the waste they leave behind.
Director of History makers for Historic Philadelphia Doug Thomas is in full costume portraying Major Samuel Nichols.