Los 10u Camden City Yankees acaban de finalizar su primera temporada inaugural de béisbol de otoño en East Camden en 13 años.
The 10u Camden City Yankees just finished their inaugural fall ball season. It was the first season of baseball in East Camden in 13 years.
The Working Families Party rep not only ran the most lucrative third-party campaign in Philly’s history, but will also be its first third-party councilmember.
The new legislation came during City Council’s final session for bill introductions on Nov. 19.
Councilmember Allan Domb says his new bill could benefit up to 60,000 households across the city.
Hill and Holmes were the last to testify in the House Intelligence Committee’s public impeachment hearings.
The smoke has cleared after her upset victory in Nov. 5’s general election and now it’s down to business preparing to assume office as Philadelphia City Council’s first third-party member.
Amy Eusebio es una afro-latina orgullosa que está lista para llevar el estandarte de la Oficina para los Asuntos de inmigrantes (OIA por sus siglas en inglés) hacia el futuro.
Amy Eusebio is a proud Afro-Latina, ready to carry the banner of Philly’s Office of Immigrant Affairs into the future.
The committee’s first of three subcommittee neighborhood hearings discussed everything from prison reform to potential government assistance programs to combat poverty in Philadelphia.
The “Right to Counsel” bill, first introduced by Councilmember Helen Gym, makes Philly the fifth city in the nation to mandate the service.
The all-day affair held at South Philadelphia High School on Nov. 9 featured discussions with two panels of leaders from undercounted communities geared towards increasing participation.
First celebrated in 2013, this year’s Day of the Dead redesign at the Fleisher Sanctuary took attendees to the remnants of the Aztec capital.
“Fraud Guard” is a new tool unveiled by the city that will notify individuals anytime a transaction takes place in their name regarding property.
Who was there and how do they feel about some of Philadelphia’s most pressing issues? We got it covered.
The Working Families Party candidate took to the street from Thursday into the early hours of Friday to talk to communities across Philadelphia.
At a press conference in Olney on Monday, city officials celebrated “Philly First Home,” which started just five months ago.
There was a time when Philadelphia's City Council President didn’t even want to be an elected official.
Chad Dion Lassiter has given PA’s commission tasked with combating discrimination a much-needed boost at a critical time in history.
The former executive coordinator of the Fairmount Park Conservancy ended the Blackwell dynasty in West Philadelphia and runs unopposed in November.
A newly-established Special Committee on Poverty Reduction and Prevention wants the poverty rate below 20% by 2024.
Pennsylvania is “ground zero” for student debt, but its attorney general is fighting to change that.
The city of Camden is holding its first Board of Education election since 2008.
Last week, a bill passed through City Council’s Committee on Public and Public Works that would reform Philly’s land sale process.
The general election on Nov. 5 is quickly approaching, but if you want to participate, registration closes after October 7.