“Hiking our sales tax is simply not an option for the city,” the officials wrote.
A coalition of neighborhood groups is asking the city’s Zoning Board to scuttle the project.
After clearing the roadway, PennDOT was able to open one lane for travel shortly before 10 a.m. Monday.
A new analysis from Pew Charitable Trusts found that the number of foreign-born residents living in the city has increased by 69 percent.
The 76ers ownership made the right call in moving on.
The change, which will adjust speeds in real time based on traffic and weather, is part of a long-range plan for the roadway.
A cease-and-desist letter from Warner Bros. is prompting major changes at a popular (yet unsanctioned) annual festival in Northwest Philadelphia.
A budget package approved by Council on Tuesday would simultaneously boost local funding for the school district and provide relief for homeowners.
Prosecutors say the officers’ actions in the arrest of Philadelphian Emily Weinman “did not meet the evidentiary standards to warrant criminal charges.”
The president on Tuesday did one thing you never should do – antagonize Eagles fans.
Police have taken a 14-year-old into custody and are expected to file aggravated assault charges against the suspect.
Some are standing behind the president’s stunt, but more seemed relieved.
We’ll tell you the entire lineup for the seventh installment of Jay-Z’s eclectic music festival on the Parkway.
All of the proceeds are set to benefit three institutions leading autism research studies and programs in Philadelphia.
Police say the 30-year-old victim was inside a storm drain near Roosevelt Boulevard when she was swept away.