Mayor Kenney Doesn't Want To Bask In Reflected Light Of EaglesThe mayor is taking part in the celebration, but he'd rather stay in the background.
Philly Officials Expect Fun, Orderly Super Bowl ParadeCity officials predict a very different scene than the one immediately following the Super Bowl.
Lane Johnson Turns Super Bowl Victory Into Win For KidsThe Eagles offensive tackle is giving all the profits from his clothing line to the Fund for the Philadelphia School District.
Mayor Kenney Introduces New Plan For Philadelphia's WorkforceThe mayor's calling the initiative "Fueling Philadelphia's Talent Engine."
Mayor Kenney To Announce Major New Workforce InitiativeOne key goal is overcoming barriers that contribute to a high rate of unemployment and poverty in the city.
Civic Leaders Urge City Council To Find 'SLAPP' Lawsuit SolutionCivic leaders are urging Philadelphia city council to find a way to curb so-called "SLAPP" suits which are nuisance lawsuits designed to discourage neighbors from getting involved in local issues.
New Project Aims To Reduce Evictions In PhiladelphiaThe Eviction Prevention Project will provide information and legal help for tenants.
Center City Transportation Hub Is Transformed Into 'Hub Of Hope' For Philly HomelessThe sparkling new facility in Suburban Station is the culmination of years of work by homeless advocates, city officials and SEPTA.
Pennsylvania's High Court To Hear Appeal Of Philly Beverage TaxPennsylvania's highest court will hear an appeal in a lawsuit challenging Philadelphia's year-old tax on soda and other sweetened drinks by the industry and retailers.
Focusing On Victims Of Crime: City Officials Consider How To Balance Justice And ReformPhiladelphia officials heard dramatic and emotional testimony Monday from parents of murdered children who say they often feel forgotten in the push for reform.
Philadelphia Aims To Smooth Way For Electric VehiclesPhiladelphia is trying to make itself more friendly to electric vehicles. A new task force has suggested some steps to take and is seeking public comment.
Philadelphia International Festival Of The Arts Unveils 2018 LineupThis year's Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts will feature some unusual acts.
Mayor Kenney Enters 'Rocky Bet' With Mayor Of Brockton, MassachusettsIt's traditional for mayors from the cities competing in the Super Bowl to make a bet on the outcome, but when the Patriots are playing, the opponents have to get creative.
Beverage Tax First Year Total Falls Below ExpectationsThe final total for the first year of Philadelphia's beverage tax is in, and it's about 15 percent below projections.
City Councilwoman Proposes New Sodium Warnings In MenusIt's not at all rare for one fast food meal to have more than the full day's recommended allowance of 2,300 milligrams of sodium.