Larry Krasner and Rebecca Rhynhart were the big winners of the Election Day that took place this Tuesday in Philadelphia.
A new Innovation Center at the longtime disability care organization will be the technological, behavioral and career center for the community.
Larry Krasner y Rebecca Rhynhart fueron los grande ganadores de la jornada electoral que se celebró este martes en Filadelfia.
The federal judge studying the lawsuit filed by Philadelphia against the Department of Justice said the city meets the requirements to access federal funds.
El juez federal que estudia la demanda interpuesta por Filadelfia contra el Departamento de Justicia, aseguró que la ciudad cumple con los requisitos para acceder a fondos federales.
Convincing evidence of the profound power of movies is evident every day in Philadelphia.
Last Tuesday, 19 elderly adults from the state of Puebla, Mexico, and their families residing in Philadelphia were honored with a ceremony at the mayor's office.
El pasado martes, 19 adultos mayores provenientes del estado de Puebla, México, y sus familias residentes en Filadelfia fueron honrados con una ceremonia en la alcaldía.
Have you ever wondered where those strawberries in your breakfast come from? Or the papayas, mangoes and pineapples that make fantastic smoothies? We are frequently used to buying fruits without realizing that we have access to some that are not produced in our country or that normally grow in summer and yet we can buy them in winter without a problem. We only notice the label that we must remove - with some nuisance, to be honest - every time we wash it and that timidly reads "Chile".
After spending nearly a year in the United Methodist Church in the city center, Javier Flores García is free once again.
Luego de permanecer casi un año refugiado en la Iglesia Metodista Unida del centro de la ciudad, Javier Flores García volvió a la libertad.
The avalanche of news last week from that vile rampage in Las Vegas to more repugnant ooze from President Trump – like his unseemly antics in hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico – buried a disturbing local news item about a prejudice-stained police practice in Philadelphia.
The Democratic candidate for the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office spoke to AL DÍA News about his plans and goals if elected in the November 7 general election.
El candidato demócrata a la Fiscalía Distrital de Filadelfia habló con AL DÍA News sobre sus planes y metas si resulta elegido en las elecciones generales del próximo 7 de noviembre.
Wyoming is over 1,700-miles from the neighborhood around 5th & Lehigh in North Philadelphia where Wanda Benvenutti grew up.
Spanish Harlem is where I spent Spring Break during my freshman year accepting an invitation to ‘hang out’ there from the “Original Last Poets” the now fabled group of revolutionary spoken word artists. At that time one Poets member was a guy of Afro-Puerto Rican ancestry, Felipe Luciano.
Officials begin a campaign to raise money for relief efforts in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Concilio, among other community leaders, has kick off #UnidosPa'PR, a campiang to raise money to support humanitarian aid in Puerto Rico.
La organización Concilio, junto a líderes sociales y políticos de la comunidad, pondrá en marcha la campaña UnidosPa'PR con la que buscan reunir dinero para apoyar las labores humanitarias en Puerto Rico tras el paso del huracán María.
So, Philadelphia’s City Council is ready to take some real action on recurrent abusive policing in the city.
Brian O’Neill, the Republican City Councilman who’s represented Philadelphia’s Northeast section (Tenth District) since 1980 has achieved many distinctions locally, statewide and nationally.
Recent developments on America’s rocky road to equality of opportunity for all races merit cheers and jeers.
Los miembros de la comunidad tomaron las calles de Kensington para recordar a todos aquellos que perecieron por sobredosis y para despertar la conciencia ciudadana acerca de la epidemia de opioides que sacude Filadelfia.
Members of the community take to the streets of Kensington to remember those who’ve died from overdose and to spread awareness of the growing opioid epidemic in the City.
Just three-years after the June 2013 tragedy that left six dead and 13 injured when a demolition disaster crashed tons of bricks into a Salvation Army store, top Philadelphia City Hall officials, relatives of victims and others gathered at the site of that deadly Center City incident to break ground for a memorial honoring those killed and injured.
"Que la sombra de la luna caiga sobre un mundo en paz" – Frank Reynolds