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Price Increases, New Pass Options for Indego Bike-Sharing Program
City officials say the changes are necessary for the growth of the program.
Penn Wins Ivy League, Punches Ticket to NCAA Basketball Tourney
The underdog Quakers are participating in March Madness for the first time in over a decade. Meanwhile, powerhouse Villanova once again holds a top seed.
Pennsylvania SPCA Busts Dogfighting Ring in South Philly
Police arrested more than a dozen people after reportedly raiding an active fight over the weekend.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2018: Your Need-to-Know Guide
We’ve got all the details: the official route, road closures, parking restrictions, and more.
New PPA Chief Says Uber and Lyft Need to Disclose More Data
The ride-sharing companies’ secrecy makes them more difficult to regulate, says Scott Petri.
Philly-Area Students Have District’s Blessing to Participate in National Walkout
Next week, schools nationwide will hold a 17-minute walkout to honor the victims of the Parkland school shooting.
Housing Authority Gets $1.3M Grant to Start Redevelopment Near SRT
Bartram Village is located where the Schuylkill River Trail will soon connect in southwest Philly.
PHOTOS: Scenes From Winter Storm Quinn
Yep, it’s March. We keep having to remind ourselves, too.
WATCH: A Loopy Allen Iverson Is Absolutely Electric in This Courtside Interview
The Answer’s not-of-this-world responses to Sixers sideline reporter Molly Sullivan’s questions are must-see TV.
What’s Open and Closed in Philly During Winter Storm Quinn
With forecasts now calling for accumulation of 4 to 12 inches, the city has declared a snow emergency for Wednesday.
Schuylkill River Trail Receives $12M in Federal Funding for Completion
Senators Bob Casey and Pat Toomey jointly announced a U.S. Department of Transportation grant that will help bridge the final gap in the trail.
Winter Storm Warning Issued as Philly Braces for More Snow
The National Weather Service says we can expect 4 to 6 inches, starting overnight.
Center City Sips 2018: CCD Announces Higher Prices, Heavier Security
As changes abound, will the 15th season of the beloved downtown happy hour be its last?
Jimmy Rollins Wants to Play One More Game for the Phillies
Contemplating retirement, the spark plug of the ’08 World Series champs says he doesn’t do honorary contracts.
Comcast Spectacor to Drop $250M on Wells Fargo Center Rehab
There won’t be a new arena in South Philadelphia any time soon.