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A 72-year-old street musician has filed a lawsuit against the Philadelphia Police Department and the Reading Terminal Market.
Lawmakers from New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Thursday announced plans to change the mission and rules of the Delaware River Port Authority, permanently banning the agency that runs bridges and a commuter train line in the Philadelphia area from engaging in economic development.
After years of investigation, federal and local prosecutors have decided not to file criminal charges against five Philadelphia narcotics officers accused of lying about evidence on search warrants and stealing from corner stores during raids, Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey told the Inquirer Thursday.
Philippe Holland's last delivery of the night Tuesday, a cheeseburger deluxe to a West Philadelphia rowhouse, was an order so small he didn't bother to carry his pizza delivery bag.
BY TONY WEST/ The most-important job in our democracy pays less than minimum wage in Philadelphia.
The head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in America, based in Philadelphia, has fond memories of one of two popes who will be elevated to saints in the Roman Catholic Church this weekend during ceremonies at the Vatican.
Ever been in a submarine? Or on a warship? If not, Philadelphia's Independence Seaport Museum can take you there.
Whether it's a private driving tour, a walking tour or a day on a Segway, Awfully Nice Tours allows you to experience the finest Philadelphia has to offer, from the city's great history to it's food and culture.
A Philadelphia man using multiple names and addresses recently pleaded guilty and was sentenced for fraudulently obtaining and using public assistance benefits totaling $359,262.04, over nearly an eight-year span.
Masterman High School, at 17th and Spring Garden Streets, is again the top high school in Pennsylvania, according to US News and World Report 's annual list.
Lamont Chyanne Blount, 22, of Rush Street near 13th, was charged with murder and gun offenses in the Oct. 16 death of Gregory Simmons, 37, of Mascher Street near Nedro Avenue, said Officer Christine O'Brien, a police spokeswoman.
According to Philadelphia Police, officers were surveying the area for reports of gunshots.
It feels like suburban Northern California, a village of green fields, corporate glass and fresh ideas, the poster child for a sustainable Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Science Festival, a citywide collaboration that brings together nine exciting days filled with events that showcase science and technology in everyday life, returns this year and is coming to Haverford.
Nearly two months after final arguments were presented by the applicants, there's still no decision from gambling regulators on Philadelphia's second casino license.