The jury found the City of Philadelphia not financially liable for the murder of William Panas Jr. by Frank Tepper, an off-duty cop with a history of misconduct.
This L-shaped extension will start at Monkevitch Playground, in the shadow of I-95, and go down past Pulaski Park to Lewis Street, wrapping around the fruit distribution center and city dump.
The fallen Philadelphia police officer is being memorialized along a stretch of Cottman Avenue.
Once inside her old high school, 16-year-old Samantha Pawlucy apparently didn’t feel comfortable enough to stay.
Sam Pawlucy, a 16-year-old sophomore at Charles Carroll High School in Port Richmond, was allegedly removed from geometry class because she was wearing a Romney-Ryan campaign shirt.
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.