Sam Pawlucy may not be old enough to vote but unlike many undecided, this 16-year-old high school sophomore knows exactly who’d she vote for.
Authorities say a shooting and a stabbing claimed two more lives in Philadelphia overnight.
Police say no arrests have been made in the death of a man beaten in the head with a crowbar in Northeast Philadelphia.
Eighteen antique cars worth an estimated $1 million dollars were either damaged or destroyed in a building fire in Kensington Wednesday morning.
A two-alarm fire broke out at a vacant building in the city’s Port Richmond neighborhood Sunday afternoon.
Philadelphia police made an arrest in a fatal shooting in the Port Richmond section of the city Saturday afternoon.
Frank Tepper’s arms were folded in front of him as the sister, mother, and then father of 21-year-old victim William Panas Jr. each took the stand to read impact statements, expressing their great loss.
It’s a busy time for Classic Cake. The Port Richmond baking company is preparing holiday goodies for Easter and for Passover.
According to the Department of Justice, a 45-year-old Philadelphia man was arrested Thursday morning and charged with conspiracy to fund a terrorist organization.
A Glassboro, NJ man has pleaded not guilty to a multi-million dollar loan fraud linked to hundreds of low income properties in Kensington and Port Richmond.
A vicious attack was caught on tape and police need your help identifying the attacker. At least one person was knocked out by a cinder block during a nasty brawl
Felicia Tepper, 19, today told the jury that her father, Frank Tepper, an off-duty Philadelphia police officer, had tried to be a peacemaker during a confrontation outside their home.
No breakfast will be served at a Port Richmond IHOP this morning, because of a small but suspicious fire early this morning.
(Actress:) “What do you mean, you get bullied all the time?”
Chanting “Save our school,” about a dozen parents and thirty students from the St. George School in Port Richmond gathered at the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul to protest the archdiocese’s decision to close the school.