Officials in Philadelphia say that Pope Francis will participate in two parades during his two-day visit visit and that more tickets will be made available for his public events.
Philadelphia City Controller Alan Butkovitz has released the results of a survey of local businesses about the Pope’s visit and says he found the most surprising thing was what has happened to hotels in the city.
Rich discussed whether Black Lives Matter should be labeled as a hate group, a NJ man cited for killing a seagull and new details surrounding the Pope’s visit. He also discussed Kim Davis refusing marriage licenses, John Kerry speaking about the Iran deal and old collectible items. Rich spoke with Alex Griswold about Carly Fiorina’s participation in the debate at 3:30pm. He also spoke with Randy Miller about a murder against Jimmy ‘Superfly’ Snuka. Lastly, Rich discussed Kim Davis decision not to issue marriage licenses with Washington Post contributor Jonathan Adler.
The RiverLink Ferry will not only be running, it’s adding extra service.
Part of the excitement surrounding the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia is the way he interacts with crowds: there’s an individual focus and spontaneous feel to his communication. That’s the assessment of a speechwriter-turned-priest who spoke at Villanova University on Monday.
A 10-foot cross made by high school students and their instructor will grace the World Meeting of Families Youth Summit.
Amtrak says it’s adding trains and cars to help travelers get around during Pope Francis’ U.S. visit next month.
The Penn Museum opened an exhibit this week that showcases a number of ancient religious writings, including some of the earliest fragments of the Bible.
“This was true divine intervention,” says Perry Milou. The Philadelphia native says his life filled with so-called divine coincidences.
Chris discussed Stevie Wonder’s surprise free concert at Dilworth Plaza, Congressman Chaka Fattah’s call for a review of his prosecutors, and Philadelphia’s ‘day of kindness.’
Members of the media joined transportation officials for a Papal visit preview walk across the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.
The FOP says Philadelphia Police on the beat want a little guidance for the days when Pope Francis visits Philadelphia.
Philadelphia city officials will soon meet with business owners to calm any fears that come along with Pope Francis’ visit the final weekend in September.
Businesses in University City will have to alter some of their plans for the Papal visit.
Pennsylvania Career Link will host US Security Associates on Wednesday for a job fair. The goal is to hire 100 security guards to help deal with crowds during the World Meeting of Families and the Papal weekend.