Everybody loves attention - and Penn students may be getting plenty of it, thanks to the funds mayoral candidates have been raising for the upcoming primaries.
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In a city in which 406 homicides took place last year, crime is shaping up to be the number-one issue in the Philadelphia mayoral race.
Poker fanatics will soon have another outlet for their gambling desires.
In a city widely known for an unethical approach to politics, a Philadelphia watchdog group is doing its best to make sure the next mayor provides a change.
To the tech-savvy tourist planning on taking a trip to the States, Philadelphia has only one thing to say: uwishunu.
With a Gospel choir in full force and surrounded by legions of supporters chanting his name, state Rep. Dwight Evans finally declared his mayoral candidacy last night.
The man allegedly responsible for a series of robberies by point of screwdriver around University City over the last month is in custody, Philadelphia and Penn police say.
PITTSBURGH - Before a sparse crowd in a half-empty ballroom, Lynn Swann conceded the Pennsylvania governor's race to incumbent Ed Rendell last night.
Old Original Bookbinder's hardly needs an introduction.
WILMINGTON, Del. - The jury for Wharton undergraduate Irina Malinovskaya deliberated all day Friday but left for the holiday weekend without coming to a decision.
A suspicious package outside the Quadrangle prompted police to evacuate the Upper Quad and Stouffer College House last night.
WILMINGTON, Del. - Prosecutors tried on Friday to paint Irina Malinovskaya as a woman so blinded by her obsession with ex-boyfriend Robert Bondar that she would go to any lengths - including murder - to get him back.
Alcor, a polar bear who underwent major surgery at Penn's George D. Widener Veterinary Hospital, died August 21 on his way back to Ohio.
Get ready to cut the cords.
For the second time in a year, the wheels of Philadelphia's public transportation system may come grinding to a screeching halt.
It's June 27 at about 6:45 p.m., and it's movie night in the un-air conditioned basement of the Calvary United Methodist Church on the corner of 48th Street and Baltimore Avenue.
Mother Nature reared her ugly head yesterday, as Gov. Ed Rendell declared a state of emergency in 46 of the state's 67 counties -- including Philadelphia.
Overlooking the small public park which he and his wife Jody help run, Jon Haubrich is unfazed by the fact that it's under several feet of water, courtesy of yesterday's flooding of the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers.
A shooting of two West Philadelphia residents on campus this morning left one victim dead and the other with minor injuries
Ask College senior Rachel Fersh, chairwoman of the Undergraduate Assembly, how she intended to improve University life at the beginning of fall semester, and she would cite 10 goals for the UA to work toward, ranging from recycling services to repairs of Penn facilities.