Justice Department Puts Pressure On Sanctuary CitiesThe Justice Department has sent a letter to Philadelphia, and six other cities, ordering them to verify that they're in compliance with immigration law or risk losing federal grant money.
City Council Holds Hearing On 'Smart Parking' TechnologyImagine driving into Center City and knowing exactly where a parking space was available; no circling the block or inching along hoping for a lucky break.
Ethics Board Cites Teamsters For Lobbying Against Soda TaxThe Philadelphia Board of Ethics has cited the Teamsters, and their publicist, for unreported lobbying against the sweetened beverage tax.
City Council To Address Parking IssuesIf you have issues with the parking situation in Philadelphia, rejoice.
Council Passes North Philadelphia Zoning ChangesPhiladelphia City Council passed zoning changes for North Philadelphia on Thursday, over the objections of some local business owners.
No More Electric Vehicle Parking In PhiladelphiaMayor Kenney expressed concerns about the bill, but did not veto it.
Redevelopment Authority Selects Developer To Renovate MOVE Bombing SiteThe Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority has selected a developer to renovate 36 homes in what was once known as "the MOVE neighborhood."
Pa. Supreme Court Tosses Lawsuit Seeking Replacement Of City CommissionersThe state Supreme Court has denied a request to order the Philadelphia city commissioners to recuse themselves from next month's primary election.
Commissioner Ross Tries To Sway U.S. Attorney General: 'We Need This Money'Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross took his concerns about federal budget cuts threatened for Sanctuary Cities directly to the U.S. Attorney General, last week
Former Councilman Frank DiCicco Takes Charge Of Philadelphia's Zoning BoardFrank DiCicco has been involved in zoning issues since he started what was then the "Italian Market" civic association in 1989.
Voter Registration For PA Primary Ends At MidnightPhiladelphia's election office will be open till midnight, but officials expect few will take advantage of it.
An Unlikely Coalition Pushes Back On Trump's Threats To ACA SubsidiesPresident Trump is threatening to withhold the government subsidies that some seven-million Americans rely on to buy health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, but he's facing opposition from an unexpected coalition of business and insurance groups.