Commissioner Richard Ross announced a new initiative that seeks to address the city’s recent crime paradox: Overall violent crime is down, but the murder rate is rising.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s commission to figure out how to create fair congressional districts stops by Philly on Tuesday afternoon.
For drivers and riders alike, the flat-rate offer has a fairly serious drawback.
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It’s been three years since the launch of SEPTA’s “modern” payment system, and you still can’t take a one-way trip on Regional Rail with a Key.
From poll locations and hours to what to do if you see something suspicious, we’ve got you covered.
Since 2015, we’ve said yes to 19 of the 20 ballot questions put before us.
The publication wrote that Larry Krasner was considering a policy where he’d “stop charging drug users as criminals.” A spokesperson says that’s not even remotely true.
It’ll be live-streamed in 190 different countries, but you’ll have the chance to check it out in real life at Wells Fargo Center on September 29th.
George Zeng’s Moonfish website is like roulette-wheel travel: You pick from a limited set of destinations, and when you land there is up to chance.
At least one person has already complained about missing a train thanks to SEPTA’s new captive advertising pilot.
Humans have been on top of the animal food chain for a while. Now’s your chance to be literally on top, too, at this new obstacle course.
If the transit agency isn’t able to resume bridge maintenance and other infrastructure projects, some of its routes could end up being at risk by this time next year.
The university just received a $2 million gift earmarked for funding cannabinoid business.