It's unfortunately being reported that indoor mask mandates in the City of Brotherly Love are being reinforced once again after Philadelphia saw a 50% increase in COVID infections in just the past 10 days.
On Monday, the city launched The Violence Prevention Hotline, a 24 hours hotline staffed with dozens of trauma-informed "resource navigators" who will be on call to respond to residents impacted or concerned about issues of gun violence.
A child playing with a lighter near a Christmas tree may have caused this week's deadly fire at a rowhouse in Philadelphia that killed 12 people, including eight children, according to a search warrant for the property.
As Philadelphia continues to celebrate their contribution to Joseph Biden’s monumental victory the public is now seeing some of the behind the scenes turmoil. Unfortunately the City of Brotherly Love wasn’t so brotherly the last two weeks. As spotted on Crooks And Liars the iconic Pennsylvania city wasn’t unified over the voting process in the recent presidential […]
Black voter turnout could be a defining factor of the election, as Black Americans were disproportionately impacted by pandemic-related losses like work and health care, which many predicted would incentivize voting.
The killing of Walter Wallace Jr. was the latest installment in a timeline of terror perpetrated by the Philadelphia Police Department, which has a substantial history of brutality, corruption and overall malfeasance.
Walter Wallace Jr., who was said to have suffered from mental illness, was killed on a Philadelphia street as his mother begged police not to shoot him.
City officials are assisting low-income families by helping them stay afloat during difficult times. Related: Philadelphia Offers Mothers Free Formula and Diapers During Pandemic The city recently launched its COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance program in efforts to cover the rent of families struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic. This new program will aid over 3,000 households […]
Families in Philadelphia have been faced with major financial hardship since many people have been left unemployed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Related: April: Philadelphia Has Over 7,000 Cases Of COVID-19 With more than over 406,000 people filing for unemployment benefits in Pennslyvania, the city of Philadelphia has stepped up to help families in need by […]