As more of the life-saving overdose reversal drug ends up in the hands of civilians, it becomes harder to tell how often it’s being used — concealing the city’s true overdose rate.
Now the Water Department can turn its attention to the other huge hole in the ground, along Baltimore Avenue in West Philly.
But some dockless operators have already moved on. The future, they say, is with electric scooters — which remain illegal across Pennsylvania.
If all goes to plan, the legislation will help the city more than double its current 4.35 miles of protected bike lanes.
Scenes from the move at the Penn Museum on Wednesday morning.
TV station-owner Byron Allen alleges in a lawsuit seeking $20 billion that Comcast’s refusal to carry his company’s channels is racially discriminatory. SCOTUS will now decide whether Allen’s suit can proceed.
City controller Rebecca Rhynhart still hasn’t signed off on the purchase of the $8,000 units, but that’s not stopping the city from showing them off.
His new biography, Smokin’ Joe: The Life of Joe Frazier, is out now.
Planned maintenance and a sinkhole are currently disrupting commutes for nearly 50,000 daily riders.
A fundraising campaign will allow the museum’s creepy-but-cramped exhibition space to expand by a full 80 percent.
The clinging jellyfish has previously been spotted north of LBI. But a recent discovery suggests the reach of creature’s tentacles is expanding.
The Fairmount Park Conservancy has envisioned a sprawling renovation for the park, which hasn’t seen any large-scale improvements since the 1930s. The price tag: $200 million.
The effort is being framed as a traffic-easing measure. But to find the real source of Philly’s traffic problem, we must look inward.
But they’re still illegal in Pennsylvania. And the jury’s still out on how safe they really are for riders.
Ranging in age from 99 to 106, the crowd ate cake and chatted with Jim Kenney at the annual Mayor’s Centenarian Celebration.