Philadelphia Event Focuses On Keeping Civil Rights Movement Stories Alive

Former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young and other icons commemorated 10 years of Comcast’s ‘Voices of the Civil Rights Movement.’

Popular Philadelphia Cheesesteak Restaurant Hires Armed Guards to Protect Customers

The owners of Jim's West Steaks & Hoagies hope the measure will prevent crime.

‘Clay and Reecie Live: Beyond the Mic’ Heads To Philadelphia, Will Honor Exoneree Jimmy Dennis

For 25 years, Jimmy Dennis sat on death row for a crime he did not commit.

Danielle Outlaw Resigns As Philadelphia Police Commissioner To Take New Position In NY/NJ

Philadelphia’s first Black woman police chief started her tenure during a turbulent time of Covid lockdowns and protests.

Slain Dancer O'Shae Sibley Called 'Beacon Of Light' At Funeral

Sibley was killed at a gas station in Brooklyn after attending a Beyonce concert in July.

The 2023 Mayoral Vote: Five Major U.S. Cities To Watch

Here are five important, upcoming local elections where your vote could make all the difference.

Accused Philadelphia Mass Shooter May Have Begun Spree Earlier Than First Believed

Kimbrady Carriker allegedly killed Joseph Wamah, Jr. approximately 44 hours before the mass shooting took place.

What’s Known So Far About The Philadelphia Mass Shooting That Killed 5

The alleged shooter apparently fired randomly at his victims, but police are still searching for a motive.

Philadelphia Announces Creation Of A Reparations Task Force

The City Council introduced the legislation after consulting with the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America in early June.

Cherelle Parker Wins Democratic Nomination For Philadelphia Mayor

A victory in the November general election would make her the city’s first woman mayor.