The water crisis in Flint, Mich. has many Philadelphians concerned about the safety of the city’s drinking water.
Close to home but a world away for many Philadelphia high school students, Penn's high standards make it nearly impossible for many students to apply or to be accepted at the university.
An old adage may say that “all politics are local,” but interest in politics is clearly not.
As the city’s top private employer, Penn created one out of every nine jobs in Philadelphia, totaling up to 90,400 jobs created directly and indirectly in 2015.
Where’s the Love Philadelphia, a gun violence awareness project at Penn, hosted an open mic night at a photo gallery on Saturday.
The Division of Public Safety issued an alert at 7:26 p.m. and were able to declare the area "all-clear" six minutes later.
Pennsylvania could potentially become the 25th state to legalize medical marijuana, thanks to the passage of Senate Bill 3 in the state House of Representatives this month.
On March 3, Mayor Kenney introduced a soda tax, which is the third proposal Philadelphia has seen.
Beginning on Wednesday morning, all University students will automatically receive UPennAlerts in the summer months.
Philadelphia is demanding implementation of universal preschool to every 3- and 4-year old, regardless of their need or neighborhood.
Around 9:15 p.m. on Monday, a male student alerted Penn Police to an attempted theft outside of Harnwell College House.
Despite recent warm weather, DP weather writer Elyas Tecle reminds us that it is technically still winter and Mother Nature may be prepared to prove that to us come later this weekend.
Mayor Jim Kenney plans to ask city lawmakers for funding to provide 800 additional body cameras to city police officers.
This massive expansion will be called Schuylkill Yards and plans to be a market-oriented district that also holds goals of equity and inclusion within the West Philadelphia community.
The new initiative, called the Penn Futures Project, actually consists of three specific initiatives, combining the efforts of the School of Nursing, the Graduate School of Education and the School of Social Policy & Practice.
The debate over what contributions Penn owes to Philadelphia took a turn this month as Penn released its annual economic impact report detailing a $14 billion contribution to the state in 2015.
Charter schools are not subject to district-imposed enrollment caps, per a statewide code, but the SRC had been ignoring this rule since the body's inception in 2001.
Cayuga Elementary principal Evelyn Cortez and Cayuga teacher Jennifer Hughes were the first to be convicted in the test-cheating scandal that rocked Philadelphia and led to the arrest of eight educators.
Yesterday the Philadelphia Department of Public Health reported that the first case of Zika virus was diagnosed in a Philadelphia resident.
The Science Center is working with Wexford Science and Technology to expand into a full-blown community that will go by the name uCity Square.