Hundreds of excited Eagles’ fans streamed out of Chickie’s and Pete’s after a close win that sends the Birds to the playoffs for the first time in three years.
A police-involved shooting took place Thursday night at 22nd and Morris in South Philadelphia.
The lines were long outside the famous cheese, pasta, sausage, meat, fish, bread, and pastry shops, where many were picking up the perfect antipasto.
A local State Representative hosted a community gathering at Yesha Fellowship Hall in South Philadelphia Monday Evening, where hundreds of bikes were given out to children living in the 186th District.
2 Suspects Behind Bars, 2 Still On the Run After Police Pursuit Ends Near Sports Complex In South Philadelphia
A police pursuit that started in Delaware County ended near the sports complex Thursday night in South Philadelphia.
Nineteen-year-old Tishon Jones, of the 2100 block of 4th Street, was arrested on Thursday afternoon after a worker at the Terryin Restaurant reportedly stabbed him during an attempted robbery.
A gunman returns to try and rob a business for the third time and ends up in the hospital. Police say that this time, one of the workers took matters into his own hands.
Philadelphia police have arrested a suspect for stealing Christmas decorations.
The city Art Commission has approved the design for a statue of the legendary boxer who was born in South Carolina but made Philadelphia his home.
On Nov. 27, a 58-year-old man who worked at Kin Laundromat on E Moyamensing Avenue was attacked by two males who struck him on the head with a hammer.
Police are investigating a shooting in South Philadelphia that sent one man to the hospital Wednesday night.
Philadelphia police are searching for two suspects who attacked a laundromat worker with a hammer Wednesday morning.
This as police issue a warning for elderly women to be on extra alert in South Philadelphia.
If you’re sick of turkey by the time Black Friday rolls around, a South Philadelphia specialty foods store has the remedy.
In an effort to show appreciation for active military personnel, the public is being asked to buy tickets for troops who want to attend next month’s Army/Navy game in South Philadelphia.