A new study predicts that by 2080, Philadelphia's winters will be 9.1 degrees Fahrenheit warmer and 41.1 percent wetter.
The map, released Feb. 11, updates every 30 minutes and contains a feature that allows users to view the street closure permits associated with a particular intersection or address.
The plan will focus on four key strategies called "Diagnose, Treat, Protect, and Respond" and will also fund both new and existing programs.
1989 College graduate Juliane Dressner returned to her alma mater to air her feature-length documentary on this national issue — and caught the attention of the Philadelphia City Council.
Rev. Steven Marinucci worked at St. Agatha-St. James Church, located on Penn's campus, from 2001 to 2010.
In June 2018, the museum suspended operations because of decreased financial support from the city.
Penn Beauty will partner with Teen Health Week, a week-long program that promotes mental and physical wellness among teens.
To receive care, federal workers must bring identification to show their employment, as well as a zero-dollar pay stub.
The Online Farmers Market said they tried to choose "more permanent markets that have stood the test of time, and are open to the public almost every day."
Loftus plans to submit nominations for other properties and entire blocks of some West Philadelphia streets.
Activists and housing developers brought up Penn as a possible collaborator in the future.
At around 11:30 a.m., students reported that Philadelphia Police blocked off the Quad. The Philadelphia Police also temporarily shut down the 3600 block of Spruce street.
Giant Heirloom Market, a new gourmet grocery brand, is set to open on 34th and Chestnut streets near Domus Apartments.
Harvest closed indefinitely after a fire in January 2017 to repair damage to the building, but four months later officials announced it would not reopen.
Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Houston, St. Louis, Atlanta, and Miami preceded Philadelphia on the list, with Chicago and Orlando following.
The bond will be used to support infrastructure improvements throughout Philadelphia, including street repavement, maintenance of the Schuylkill River, and various improvements to Penn’s Landing.
The heirlooms were delivered to the Museum on Monday and will be displayed as part of the museum’s “Year of Hamilton" until March 2019.
Peterkin Bell's profile from the Annenberg website has been deleted. The course listing for her course Urban Communications is no longer on PennInTouch.
Professors from Penn and other local institutions help devise experiments to solve Philadelphia-specific problems such as littering and voting turnout.
Flooding is not the only environmental issue threatening Eastwick. Some Penn faculty and students are examining the health implications of nearby landfills and energy plants.