An unnamed ‘charitable foundation’ has pledged a willingness to buy the historic Boyd Theater, with the intent of preserving the old movie palace.
The snow is melting, but that’s only exposing more gaping potholes throughout the region.
Area elected officials and union members gathered today outside the former Nabisco and Kraft bakery in Northeast Philadelphia to protest the company decision to close the factory by early next year.
Two projects that will become Philadelphia’s tallest residential and commercial towers went before the City Planning Commission for zoning amendments.
Judge Jeffrey Minehart, who normally handles high-profile homicide trials, presided in the Center Court of the historic market for Valentine’s Day weddings.
With plenty of winter storms already under our belts and another one on the way Wednesday night, rock salt and other snow-melting chemicals are very hard to find anywhere in the Delaware Valley.
Lawyers say judges in Philadelphia and Delaware have decided the remainder of the Inquirer-Daily News ownership case should be handled in Delaware, because the company was incorporated there.
The Philadelphia Auto Show opens Saturday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, allowing you to feast your eyes on concept, classic, luxury, and exotic cars.
At a Sears appliance and hardware store in Norristown, Joe and Dorothy Barry were among shoppers awaiting a fresh shipment of
This year’s edition, March 1st through 9th, is called “ARTiculture,” exploring the “fusion of art and horticulture.”
In yet another twist to the ongoing dispute between feuding owners at the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, judges in two jurisdictions – Philadelphia (Common Pleas) and Delaware (Chancery) – are being asked to help dissolve the parent company.
Philadelphia City Council is working to raise awareness about the barriers deaf and hard-of-hearing folks confront in their daily lives.
Philadelphia’s only Jesuit elementary school has put out the welcome mat for the Pope, if he visits for the World Meeting of Families – a big Catholic event – to be held in Philadelphia in September, 2015.
A committee of the Philadelphia Historical Commission heard four hours of testimony but ran out of time before deciding whether to make an advisory, non-binding recommendation to the full commission.
There’s good and bad news about ‘Millennials’ in Philadelphia. They’re moving here and they like the town, but they apparently don’t want to stay.