A photo of the unmasked elected official working out inside a Northeast Philly gym on Tuesday — alongside a lot of other unmasked patrons — shows you can’t count on everyone following the rules.
The city has put the kibosh on all holiday celebrations with anyone outside your household. Well, except on Zoom.
Life as you know it, or at least as you’ve known it for the last few months, is about to change dramatically.
President Donald J. Trump has been aggressively pursuing voter fraud in the courts — but in Montgomery County, even his own lawyers admit there’s no grand conspiracy afoot.
The West Philly resident will remain on a minimally restrictive form of house arrest until he goes to trial on charges that he participated in the arson of a cop car.
We’ll see your World Series and Super Bowl victory celebrations and raise you one Joe Biden-Kamala Harris-won-the-election celebration.
Just in case you feel the need for a celebration, we have the full list of streets you can eat on in Philadelphia.
They were previously kept at a distance that one watcher said required him to use binoculars to see anything. The city intends to take the case to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Since complaints emerged that the state’s vote tracking website is unreliable and outdated, we’ve seen some improvement.
Early morning scenes from a West Philly polling place, featuring the start of a line to vote and a fake “poll watcher.”
From voter intimidation to ballot selfies to polling place confusion. All your day-of-voting questions, answered.
Here, your biggest poll watcher questions answered.
As more Philadelphians seek socially distanced outdoor activities, the manager of Heinz Wildlife Refuge talks about what makes it “magical.”