City Councilman Says Philly Animal Control Is Still 'Underfunded'Philadelphia's Animal Control Team is greatly improved but still in need of upgrades, according to testimony before a City Council committee last week.
Coca-Cola Blames Philly Layoffs On Soda TaxCoca-Cola says it's eliminating 40 positions in Philadelphia due to a drop in sales, which it blames on the sweetened beverage tax, but the mayor's office is skeptical.
Crowds Descend For NFL Draft During Worst Time For City StreetsCrowds are descending on Philadelphia just at the worst time of year for city streets.
City Councilwoman Wants Buffer Between Day Care Centers And Medical Marijuana DispensariesA city councilwoman is trying to fix a loophole in Philadelphia's zoning rules for medical marijuana dispensaries after discovering a permit was granted for one near a day care center in her district.
On Your Mark: Penn Relays Set To Begin At Franklin FieldThousands of athletes and fans will descend on Philadelphia Thursday for one of sports' most prestigious events.
Pa. Hospitals See Progress In Major Financial Burden....But Could It Be Threatened?Pennsylvania hospitals have seen a steep drop in uncompensated care, leading to hundreds of millions of dollars in savings under the Affordable Care Act.
Philly's Dad Vail Regatta Gets New SponsorThe Dad Vail Regatta has found a new patron to replace the Scottish investment firm that sponsored it for the last seven years.
Philly Officer Among Unsung Heroes Recognized For Helping Protect ChildrenOfficer La'Tonya Bey-Gore is modest about her work in a juvenile diversion program that keeps kids out of the justice system.
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.