One male is dead and several others were arrested after a brawl between two wedding parties Sunday morning at a hotel in Society Hill.
Chestnut Hill has made the American Planning Association’s 2012 list of Great Neighborhoods in America.
They’re two of the biggest trends in the gastro world: cupcakes and craft beer. And at Beer Cakes Philly, you can get a taste of both in a single bite.
Police are hoping the $40,000 reward will help them find the man who killed 32-year-old Michael Hagan, an IT consultant and Drexel University graduate.
After four unrelated shootings and six stabbings, only one person dead.
Buying fresh local products isn’t just good for you, it benefits farmers, ranchers and artisans. Check out Headhouse Farmers’ Market in Philly for a great time and some wonderful food.
Thanks to the suggestion of the Korean War Memorial Committee, today’s event honored the service of the city’s police and firefighters, for whom there’s not yet a memorial.
Preparations have been underway all over the region leading up to Memorial Day events. One man’s family business has been helping others honor those who have passed away for 140 years.
Philadelphia police and fire personnel, the soldiers of our streets, will be honored at a Memorial Day service in Society Hill tomorrow, and all are invited.
Police are searching for three suspects who were caught on tape stealing $100,000 in cash and jewelry from a home in an upscale Philadelphia neighborhood.
Quench your thirst for adventure at one of the many different murder-mystery events in the area.
A group of 4th-graders at St. Peter’s School in Society Hill is holding a bake sale Friday to raise money for research to save bats from White Nose Syndrome, which threatens to wipe out the mammals.
Ornate, often historic, decorative door knockers in the historic Society Hill section are being stolen, police believe, for scrap metal.
Chris talks about how Santorum is catching all the heat for his beliefs but Romney, who is on the same page, is not. Chris also discusses the current rise in gas prices throughout the country and the PA Liquor Control Board and its debate whether to modernize or privatize their business. Chris also chats with Phelim McAleer about his documentary, Frack Nation.
John F. Collins designed the tiny sliver of a park that was built in the 1700 block of Chestnut Street in the 1970s.