Comcast Spectacor to Drop $250M on Wells Fargo Center Rehab

It’s hard to believe that Wells Fargo Center will turn 22 this summer – unless you start rattling off the many banks that Philly’s largest […]


Pa. AG Shapiro Sues Uber Over Massive Data Breach

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has sued Uber over a massive data breach that is estimated to have affected roughly 57 million passengers and drivers […]


Still Recovering From Friday’s Nor’easter, Philly Region Faces Another One

Let’s take a moment to send good vibes to the roughly 99,000 people in Philly and its surrounding counties who were still without power as of Sunday […]


The Court Jester of Philly Pot Isn’t Smiling Anymore

First, the promo: N.A. Poe zipped himself up in a leafy green costume that covered him completely. He looked a little like the Phillie Phanatic, […]


Strong Winds Toppling Trees, Complicating Evening Commute

Maybe it’s just what happens in March, or maybe it’s one of the most bizarre snow/windstorms ever to hit Philly. Either way, it’s ugly out […]


Philly FOP President Blasts DA Krasner in Letter to Police Cadets

It’s no secret that John McNesby isn’t the biggest fan of District Attorney Larry Krasner. The brash leader of Philadelphia’s Fraternal Order of Police union […]

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City Council on Kenney’s Budget Proposal: We’ll Get Back to You

Mayor Jim Kenney presented his annual budget proposal on Thursday. The main sticking point will likely be a tax package to help fund the School District […]


Jersey Shore Bracing for Potentially Damaging Wind, Flooding

Forecasters say the Jersey Shore (and Philly) are in for some rough weather this weekend. A powerful nor’easter is expected to make its way to […]


DA Krasner Charges Officer in Controversial Kensington Arrest Video

District Attorney Larry Krasner’s office has charged the Philadelphia police officer seen in a contentious arrest video that circulated online this past summer. James Yeager, who […]


To Pay for Schools, Kenney Proposes Property, Real Estate Tax Hikes

When Mayor Jim Kenney promised in November to cover the nearly $1 billion deficit that the School District of Philadelphia is expected to accrue over […]


Eagle Chris Long Debates Guns, Arming Teachers on Twitter

Fresh off of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for charity, Eagles defensive end Chris Long returned to a country engaged in a heated debate over the potential […]

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New England Town Drapes Giant Eagles Flag Over Its Rocky Statue

Remember when Mayor Jim Kenney refused to make a bet with the mayor of Minneapolis before the NFC championship game? And when he said there […]


DA Larry Krasner Appoints Second Second-in-Command

If you couldn’t tell already, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner doesn’t exactly stick to the usual script. The progressive Democrat’s choice for first assistant district […]


Philly and Its Northern ’Burbs Are Getting a Third Area Code: 445

We know the area codes for Philly and its northern suburbs like the back of our hands: 215 and 267. But starting in March, we’ll […]


Philly Study: Cleaning Vacant Land Can Significantly Reduce Crime

File under: Reasons to make the city a little greener. A study conducted in Philadelphia by Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health found that […]