Inside the Veterans Multi-Service Center on North Fourth Street, in the shadow of the Ben Franklin Bridge, a room has been set aside specifically for women, for the first time.
Outside the Bellevue, at Broad and Walnut, protesters shouted, “Shame, shame!” at the governor.
What will happen to the current Four Seasons location, at 18th and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, when the hotel moves to its new location atop the Comcast Tech Center in 2017?
Comcast has announced plans to build a new tower in Philadelphia with a hefty price tag: $1.2 billion.
Edward Bracey was convicted of killing Philadelphia police officer Danny Boyle in 1991.
Bill Ross, executive director of the Newspaper Guild, which represents newsroom workers, says the “company appears to be gridlocked.”
Local cemeteries can’t control nature, during these freeze thaw cycles, but unlike some areas to our north which suspend burials until the spring thaw, the mourning process is not delayed.
Citizens Bank CEO Daniel Fitzpatrick said the bank’s charitable foundation is donating $25,000 to underwrite the museum’s costs on January 20th, to offer free admission and cultural activities to more than 3,000 expected visitors.
One of Philadelphia’s newer specialty coffee shops gets its beans directly from growers.
Lynn was greeted warmly by those friends and relatives before the hearing, which lasted just a few moments before Judge Teresa Sarmina, who reminded him that if he violated any condition of his release, back to prison he would go.
Merchants along Walnut, Chestnut, and Market Streets had workers out shoveling and salting, but crossing at intersections was dicey due to high ridges of snow created by plows grooming the roadways.
Pre-wetting the roads with a solution of magnesium chloride helps crews stay ahead of the snow. Penndot begins plowing after one-half inch of snow accumulates.
Thomas Bergstrom says his client could be out of prison as early as Thursday, or as late as sometime next week, as they coordinate Msgr. William Lynn’s appearance before a Philadelphia judge.
“Bullets go up, and they do come down, and we have no control over where they land and who they might injure,” police commissioner Charles Ramsey said.
An appeals court last week overturned Lynn’s conviction in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia child sex abuse case.