The Parkway homeless encampment is shrinking — but not gone — as tents are carted away and occupants vacate
Neighbors have often complained about incidents of violence and confrontation in and around the encampment. Recent days have seen a continuation of fraught encounters.
Philadelphia Black Lives Matter activists say the historic summer of protests was only the beginning
They say they’re building the movement beyond protests by confronting the disparities that put people in the criminal justice system in the first place.
Biden entered the final 10 days before Election Day with a hopeful message not unlike the one that lifted Barack Obama to the White House.
Ernest Garrett, an official at DC33′s Local 394 representing Water Department workers, beat incumbent Herman “Pete” Matthews for the top spot of the 10,000-member union.
At the least, there could be upgrades to signs and maps. At the most, SEPTA could go so far as to renaming the trolley, Market-Frankford, Broad Street, and Norristown High Speed Lines.