Philadelphia ranked 102 out of 125 cities in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 ranking. This marks a decrease from the 2018 rankings, where the city was ranked 98th.
Wawa won its bid for two liquor licenses, paying the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board $186,357 for a location in Philadelphia and $160,357 for a location in Delaware County.
Philadelphia might implement a fee for driving in congested areas depending on the outcome of New York City's similar plans for 2020.
The source of the outage is unknown, but a PECO spokesperson said the company is working to restore power as soon as possible.
Temple plans to have the new policy instituted by July 1, with full implementation at the start of the school year in September 2019.
91 percent of the 1,200 members of the College’s union, the Faculty and Staff Federation of Community College of Philadelphia, voted in favor of a strike in February 2019.
Philadelphia County has earned the worst ranking in the state of Pennsylvania every year since the report was first released in 2011, sitting dead last out of the state's 67 counties.
Stress levels were evaluated based on unemployment, working hours, commute times, population density, home price to income ratio, and the percent of uninsured people in the population.
Temple's free vaccination clinics will be held throughout the day on Wednesday, March 27, and Friday, March 29, the Inquirer reported.
The resolution honors Mill, who grew up in North Philadelphia, for his work in reforming the criminal justice system.
The study ranked Los Angeles first place of the 30 major metropolitan areas surveyed. Pittsburgh was No. 13, Washington D.C. was No. 20, and New York was No. 23.
A bill introduced by Pennsylvania state representatives in late February signals the movement toward statewide legalization of electronic scooters.
La Salle administrators say they hope the move will improve mental health and increase appeal for prospective students.
If passed, the amendment will replace the words "councilman" to "councilmember," "councilmen" to "councilmembers," and "councilmanic" to "council."
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.