Philly Parks Dept. Re-Ups For 'Parks On Tap' Pop-up Beer Garden SeriesWhile we're in the grip of this last gasp of winter, you can look forward to this summer's roll-out of "Parks on Tap," a series of pop-up beer gardens in Philadelphia parks, and they start in less than two months.
Local Officials Urge 'No' Vote On GOP's New Health Insurance PlanPhiladelphia officials are warning the law would harm hundreds of thousands of Philadelphians, and they are urging local congressman to vote no.
A First For Pennsylvania: LGBT-Friendly Housing Exclusively For Homeless YouthYouth, 18 to 23, are among the fastest-growing segment of the homeless -- and a disproportionate 40 percent are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
City On First ICE List Refusing Requests To Detain Criminal Illegal ImmigrantsFederal officials have released a list of cases in which local law enforcement declined to detain people wanted by immigration authorities.
Lawyers Could Ease Philadelphia 'Eviction Crisis,' Council Members HearCity council members heard testimony Monday that many of the thousands of evictions in Philadelphia, each year, could be avoided if the tenants had lawyers.
Special Election For The Pennsylvania House Gets Even More SpecialVoters from Pennsylvania's 197th House district will go to the polls, Tuesday, for a special election for state representative.
Local Impact Of Republican Healthcare PlanLast week's report from the Congressional Budget Office on the Republican health insurance plan set off alarm bells for health care advocates, because it said 24 million Americans would lose their coverage.
Research Shows Effects Of Ballot Position In Judicial RacePennsylvania judicial candidates got their ballot positions on Friday and for some of them, it may be the determining factor in whether or not they become judges.
Trump Budget Could Mean End For PA LIHEAP ProgramMany Philadelphia-area organizations are aghast to see President Donald Trump's budget proposal, slashing programs that provide them funding.
Temple Puts Increase In Room And Board On HoldA skeptical Mayor's Office noted this is the third increase in four years and questioned the role Temple's stadium project was playing.
Hard, Frozen Snow Presenting Challenge In City's Effort To Clear StreetsThe snow totals were less than many storms in recent years, but the particular combination of factors -- the ice content and the freezing temperatures, are making it hard to move.
400 Trucks Ready Ahead of Winter Storm In PhiladelphiaChief Highway Engineer Steve Lorenz says the city expects to have 400 trucks on the road once the snow starts falling.