Sunlit Philadelphia City Hall

Morning Headlines: How Safe Is Philly Water?

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: A hearing today asks: Is Philadelphia safe from a Flint-style water crisis? KYW reports that […]


Pa. Unemployment Stays at 4.6 Percent

Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate stayed at 4.6 percent in February — unchanged from the month before, and lower than the 4.9 percent national unemployment rate.


Philly Was Chosen to Host an International Parks Conference

Philadelphia has been chosen by the City Parks Alliance to host its 2021 “Greater & Greener” conference, a gathering of park professionals and political leaders […]


Katz Heirs File Suit Over Deadly Crash

The family of Lewis Katz has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the 2014 Massachusetts plane crash that took his life.


Morning Headlines: Is Chris Christie Veep Material?

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: In most years, Chris Christie would have no hopes of the vice-presidential nomination. This year… […]


Philly to Host Tech Conferences

Philly will play host to a couple of tech conferences this summer, helping showcase the burgeoning local scene.


Lee Andrews, Singer and Father to Questlove, Has Died

The Greatest Teacher in my life, my dad Lee Andrews June 2nd 1936-March 16 2016. I love you. For every backstage experience. For every drum […]


Morning Headlines: Wolf Threatens Budget Veto

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: Gov. Wolf is threatening to veto the latest budget offering from Pa. Republicans. PennLive reports […]


There Was a Partial Collapse at Fifth and Race This Morning

Partial building collapse at 5th & Race knocks tree on to school bus. No injuries reported. — Mike Dougherty (@MicDougherty) March 17, 2016 Demolition […]

January 2016 snowstorm

Spring Could Bring One Last Snow to Philly

Yes, it’s been unseasonably warm lately — heck, it’s been unseasonably warm all winter — but don’t say Nature doesn’t have a sense of humor: Spring […]


Philadelphia Scientific’s Owner Has a Bright Idea: Electric Roads

With the exception of Tesla, electric cars haven’t gotten very far with the American car-buying public — or manufacturers for that matter. One reason? Keeping […]


Philly CFOs Confident in Biz Growth

More than 90 percent of Philadelphia’s chief financial officers say they’re optimistic about the growth of their business in the next six months, a new […]


Morning Headlines: Philly Radio Stations for Sale

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: CBS wants to sell its radio stations — and that could upend the Philadelphia radio […]


Milton Street Would Still Like to Host a Trump Rally

Back in December, you’ll remember, former Pennsylvania state senator and ex-con Milton Street ended up on a stage with Donald Trump and a group of […]


Report: Pa. Ranks Eighth in Tech Employment

Pennsylvania ranks eighth among U.S. states for the size of its tech-oriented workforce, a new report says. The Cyberstates 2016 report was produced by CompTIA. […]