Germantown Church Hosts Pop-Up COVID-19 Vaccination Site Unlike Any OtherThe neighborhood came together amid rising infection rates to ensure some hesitant seniors received critically needed shots in their arms.
Advocates Call On Mayor Kenney To Invest $100 Million Toward Tackling Philadelphia Gun ViolenceAdvocates believe $100 million could dramatically curb shootings in the city if the money goes towards violence intervention programs, youth groups, and more.
'No Vaccine For Gun Violence' As Shootings Continue To Take Lives At Near-Record Pace In PhiladelphiaLast year, nearly 500 people were killed and more than 2,200 were shot in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia City Council Meeting About Gun Violence Interrupted When Advocate's Brother Is Shot"I didn't want to sign off without kinda like letting the people that's on here know how real gun violence is. My brother just got shot," John Solomon said.
Marathon Grill In Center City Welcomes Customers Back For First Time Since Last MayMarathon Grill at 16th and Sansom Streets welcomed diners back Tuesday for the first time since May.
Two New COVID-19 Vaccination Sites To Open In South Philadelphia Next WeekIt comes after lawmakers described the area as a "vaccine desert" because of a lack of places for people to get vaccinated there.
Software Issues Allowing People To Jump COVID-19 Vaccine Lines At FEMA Site, Philly Health Commissioner SaysDr. Thomas Farley said the software allows appointment links to be forwarded, even to people who are not eligible.
Derrick Weatherbe Charged In Fire Set At West Philadelphia Lowe's During May UnrestFederal investigators said the charge carries a maximum sentence of 20 years.
Philadelphia Leaders Hoping New Gun Buyback Program Leads To Less Crime, ViolencePolice are also ramping up their efforts on the ground, with more officers in hot-spot crime areas and monitoring social media.
Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner Proposes $100 Million Public-Private Partnership To Help Prevent CrimeThe district attorney also called for reforms to the cash bail system.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley Addresses Calls For Resignation In Wake Of Philly Fighting COVID ControversyLawmakers are now calling for Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley to step down.
Violent Start To 2021 In Philadelphia After Nearly 500 People Murdered In 2020Three people were shot and killed overnight, on top of the nearly 500 people who were murdered in 2020.
State Stores Reporting Strong Sales As Philadelphians Stock Up For Unusual New Year's EveNew Year's Eve will look a lot different for many of us this year, but one thing’s for sure -- liquor sales are going strong.
Police Searching For Gunman After 26-Year-Old Man Shot Several Times On His Way Home From Work In West PhiladelphiaThe shooting happened just before midnight on the 200 block of 56th Street.
Philadelphia Drivers Rate Themselves 4th-Least Skilled In CountryDrivers from 25 major cities were asked to rate themselves on both skill and safety.