Philadelphia Navy Yard
Those who suffer from the head injury need specialized care and Jefferson’s new Comprehensive Concussion Center at the Philadelphia Navy Yard is filled with just that.
A $200-million price tag was attached to the USS Forrestal when it debuted in 1955. Now it’s been given to a recycling company.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Fall Garden Festival is all day Saturday at the Navy Yard. It’s free to enter and a great day out for all ages.
Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.) says he and colleagues are battling to keep the project — dubbed the “Energy Efficient Buildings Hub” — from being defunded.
Authorities say a 27-year-old construction worker was injured Monday morning when he fell from an industrial scissor lift at the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia.
Tens of thousands turned out for the 10-mile race, the biggest of its kind in the country, and it went as well as organizers had hoped.
Employees took an etiquette course to learn how to monitor their own volume and not to be afraid to approach a co-worker whose carrying voice may be a distraction.
“I love the smell of money first thing in the morning,” Mayor Michael Nutter said at the groundbreaking ceremony.
It’s one of the longest running shows of its kind and a major fundraiser for Penn Medicine, to benefit patient care.
As America celebrates the 236th birthday of the US Navy, KYW’s Jay Lloyd is on board for weekend getaways around many of the historic naval attractions in our area.
An agreement has been reached to develop the Philadelphia Navy Yard’s first hotel.
“Even in these tough and challenging economic times — and certainly the orchestra has been hit in many ways by this tough economy — they still want to bring the music to the people,” said Mayor Michael Nutter.
Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Wednesday in the Navy Yard Corporate Center on the site of what will be the new headquarters for a pharmaceutical company.
The Greater Philadelphia Innovation Cluster, located at the former Navy Yard in South Philadelphia, is receiving $130 million to come up with ways to cut in half the energy used by buildings.
Senators Bob Casey and Pat Toomey toured the Philadelphia Navy Yard yesterday afternoon to get a first-hand account on jobs being created there.