Spring Garden Street
Dozens of people took advantage of free HIV testing in Philadelphia Sunday for World AIDS Day.
“The masts are 50-foot-tall, stainless steel columns, with a steel mesh, And they’re lit from the inside, ” explains Streets Department chief engineer Darin Gatti.
The 1600 block of Spring Garden Street may look more like a track and field venue today between the hours of 8:30am and 2:00pm, as students at Masterman High run to raise cash for their school.
The 160-year-old Church of the Assumption will be spared the wrecking ball, at least for now, following a ruling from the city’s L&I Review Board.
Nailed to the padlocked door of the former Church of the Assumption on Spring Garden Street is a notice of demolition.
Philadelphia police are searching for two suspects in connection with an early morning home invasion.
Drivers, be warned. Center City will be even more clogged than usual, especially after 7 p.m. for the next six weeks, as crews scrape and then pave seven miles of streets in the heart of town.
Today marks the fourth heat wave of the summer, as temperatures rose for a third day in a row – into the 90s.
In addition to new decor, riders are seeing new stairs, new turnstiles, enhanced lighting and, for the first time, elevators.
Police have now released the identification of the suspect wanted in connection with the indecent assaults of two females that happened just over an hour apart in Chinatown last week.
Police are searching for a suspect in connection with the indecent assaults of two females that occurred just over an hour apart in the city’s Chinatown neighborhood.
A badly decomposed body was discovered near Penn’s Landing on Saturday.
The Chosen 300 Ministry, a local interdenominational non-profit group, is starting its King Day of Service activities Sunday on Dr. King’s birthday.
First District councilman Frank DiCicco, in his final Council meeting before retiring, wasn’t surprised to receive the mayor’s veto of the bill that would have changed the zoning to allow the wall wrap ad.
Plans are in the works to turn Spring Garden Street into a greenway that is a hub of activity for drivers, cyclists and others, connecting the Art Museum area to neighborhoods around the Delaware River.