Subway is apologizing that its “Footlong” sandwiches fell short of expectations.
By Jim Donovan: Two New Jersey men have filed a proposed class action complaint in the Superior Court of New Jersey against Subway Sandwich Shops, alleging that Subway’s “Footlong” sandwich is consistently and significantly less […]
Plaintiffs’ lawyer Stephen DeNittis says the company should either make their sandwiches 12 inches long or stop advertising them as footlongs.
On Jan. 15th around 9 p.m., a 27-year-old female traveling on a SEPTA subway train near Logan Station was pulled to the ground by a man who stole her iPhone and fled.
Police are offering their thanks to the public for a tip that helped them arrest a 20-year-old man for indecent exposure.
Police are searching for a robbery suspect who stole a 17-year-old female’s phone while in the subway.
Philadelphia police are investigating a stabbing that took place on the City Hall subway platform late Saturday night.
Police are investigating the shooting of two teens aboard a SEPTA Broad Street subway train Wednesday afternoon. One of the teens is in critical condition.
Residents of the financially challenged city of Camden may benefit from the opening of three shops inside a newly opened 12 story dorm on the campus of Rutgers-Camden.
An off-duty deputy sheriff disarmed a teenage boy who was carrying a gun on the Broad Street subway train.
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As you make your plans for the day, you’ll be facing extra congestion on the roadways as the Phillies game begins at 1:35 and the Flyers take to the ice at 3 p.m.
Authorities say a police chase forced the shutdown of a subway line in downtown Philadelphia and that the suspect was arrested while running on the tracks.
SEPTA is reminding subway riders to be smart about smart phones. Transit officials say there is a dramatic increase of thieves snatching the phones right out of people’s hands.
Subway passengers in New York City have faced jail time or worse for breaking the train’s etiquette rules according to recent article in the New York Times. But could that happen here in Philadelphia? A SEPTA spokesman says no.