The Rounds, a "zero waste" delivery service founded in Philadelphia by Wharton graduate students, expands to Atlanta.
A report finds Pennsylvania is increasingly underfunding special education, placing a burden on already underfunded districts such as Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Pride March on June 5 sought to bring joy to the LGBTQ community amid a growing amount of anti-LGBTQ sentiment from politicians in Pennsylvania and across the country.
The building will dedicate 387,000 square to biological research, and 68,000 square feet to biomanufacturing.
Kenney chose the two appointees from a group of eight finalists and 62 total applicants.
In hopes of settling a 2019 lawsuit, Philadelphia's Streets Department is adding a 13-person team to address potholes, cracked sidewalks, and non-ADA compliant curb cuts and ramps.
Suda will officially begin her role as director of the 145-year-old museum on September 21.
Kevin Rubio turned himself into the Philadelphia Police Department on May 26 after colliding with Jesus Gomez Rosario — who died two days later at Temple University Hospital.
The new university will bear the name of Saint Joseph's University and function on two campuses.
The global outbreak, first detected in a British citizen, currently numbers 1,088 cases across 29 countries. In the United States, 35 cases of the disease have been confirmed.
Dock Street West brewery closed in May, the location will house new microbrewery, Carbon Copy
Initial gunshots were fired around 11:30 p.m., and multiple shooters were seen firing into a crowd along the famous street, where many bars, restaurants, and retail stores are located.
A recent lawsuit filed against two Philadelphia police officers and the city says an officer shattered a college student's facial bones during the 2020 Walter Wallace Jr. protests
Philadelphia's Department of Public Health launched an application for free rapid COVID-19 tests for events.
Recently unionized Starbucks baristas on campus are demanding protections against the corporation for what they view as unfair wages, inconsistent scheduling and staffing issues, safety violations, and harassment.
Located steps away from campus at 39th and Walnut streets, the Louisiana-based chicken finger restaurant opened after months of anticipation from the Penn community, with a line wrapping around the block on its inaugural day.
Over 100 Pennsylvanians voted at Penn polling locations during this year's primary election on May 17.
Students and other members of the Penn community marched down Locust Walk chanting "Not the church, not the state, women must decide their fate!" and "They say no-choice; we say pro-choice!"
Several delays have occurred in mandating vaccination for these union employees.