Amid debate over former Philadelphia Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, we take a look at the hulking bronze monument. How difficult would it be to take down? If the city decides to move it, where might it go?
The Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court scheduled the Nov. 29 hearing to consider whether Stacy Parks Miller committed professional misconduct in texts with judges that discussed pending cases and by using a fake Facebook account to obtain information on defendants.
Tanya Muskelley, 48, was sentenced in a May 3, 2012, crash that killed 20-year-old Brittney Dixon as she crossed Roosevelt Boulevard at Cottman Avenue.
On a corner where the larger-than-life images of Martin Luther King, Coretta Scott King, John Lewis, Ralph Abernathy and others marching for civil rights loom, a man who once owned a barber shop nearby grieves his loss.
The 15-year-old volunteer at the BAPS temple in Robbinsville fell 45 feet to his death. Police said it appears to have been an accident.
Set for completion in 2018, the $350 million Rowan Boulevard project may knit town and gown together.
A friend recalled Dr. Smith's "deep affection" for India and Sri Lanka. "He brought those themes into our community as well," the friend said.
Internet Essentials gives the families access to the internet for $9.95 monthly. Comcast officials said the program, off to a slow start in Philadelphia, is now thriving here.
Residential customers will pay $70.56 more per year for gas service. The utility had initially requested $127 more per year.
The chief astronomer at Franklin Institute will take your questions on Philly.com's Facebook page at 3 p.m. Monday.
Have you met DJ Darrell Clarke? The Council president cut loose last at a recent fundraiser. Plus: Another move at the DA's Office. And the Philly GOP welcomes a Donald Trump ally to its annual clambake.
Taney Street was named for U.S. Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, author of the Dred Scott decision.
America's $5 billion private prison industry — with deep Philadelphia roots — faced possible ruin last year. It now thrives under the Trump administration.
David Desper, the man prosecutors say shot and killed 18-year-old Bianca Roberson over a merge on Route 100, attended his first court appearance since murder charges were filed this summer.