During a special meeting of the Tacony Civic Association on Thursday night, zoning attorney Justin Krik told more than 150 area residents that his clients’ plans for the historic Tacony Music Hall are in keeping with the 19th-century landmark’s original purpose.
A Mayfair motorist learned the hard way on March 5 that you should never leave your parked car running, even if it’s connected to a gas pump and you’re standing right next to it.
A 17-year-old boy is facing attempted robbery and assaulting police charges in connection with two incidents in Parkwood early this week.
Elmer “Bud” Atkinson was a U.S. Army veteran, Philadelphia firefighter and served as president of the Grand Army of the Republic Museum and Library in Frankford. He died at age 92.
The Tacony Civic Association will host a public meeting to discuss the possibility of a members-only sex club. Organizers say the group is striving to create “a community center serving those who are marginalized for their sexual identities.”
Bustleton’s Ray Robinson will fight at first-ever boxing card at the Fillmore in Fishtown.
There were 22 burglary charges filed against Marcus Fair and Anthony O’Connor, but Municipal Judge Karen Y. Simmons dismissed the cases due to lack of evidence.
A jewelry heist in Crescentville on Monday netted unidentified burglars more than $1.3 million in loose diamonds, luxury watches, rings and pendants, Philadelphia police said.
The fiance of a Northeast Philadelphia state representative was robbed and carjacked at gunpoint outside the legislator’s district office on March 5.
The operators of a Northeast Philadelphia motel once called the “epicenter of human trafficking” by a city prosecutor have been named as defendants in a civil lawsuit filed by attorneys for a child prostitution victim.