Meek Mill Offers Music Earnings To Combat Gun Violence In Philadelphia

The Philly native said he would use a percentage of his royalties to help his city.

Meek Mill Offers Support To Philadelphia Mayor Following Mass Shooting

Eight students were shot at a bus stop in the city on March 6.

Kenya Vaun Wants To Be R&B’s Newest Sensation

The Philadelphia native is making major waves with her newest song “Used To.”

Making History In The Nation’s First Capital

From Philadelphia making history to the Supreme Court shoring up its Democratic majority, Pennsylvania’s elections had an eye on 2024, even if it wasn’t obvious.

This Week In Good Black News: Philly Elects First Black Woman Mayor, Damar Hamlin Gives Back, and John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Officially Have the Cutest Baby

Plus, it's Veteran's Day and we pay homage to African Americans who once served our nation both here and abroad.

National Association of Black Journalists Approves New Chapter In Philadelphia

NABJ-Philadelphia was formed by several members of PABJ who opposed its decision to break from the national organization.

Philadelphia Black Leaders Condemn Both Looting And Ruling In Eddie Irizarry Police Shooting Death

After the dismissal of charges against Officer Mark Dial for killing Irizarry, more than 60 people have been arrested on accusations of looting.

Philly Social Media Influencer 'Meatball' Charged With Multiple Felonies After Live Streaming Looting

“Meatball” whose real name is Dayjia Blackwell was arrested along with more 60 other suspects who were looting on September 26.

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.