Home News Page 2


Early Learning Programs host Day of Hire on Thursday

Hundreds of early learning programs throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania are coming together to sponsor a Day of Hire on October 7. Throughout the day, participating programs will host walk-in hiring events, featuring on-the-spot interviews at their locations....

Live! Opens Event Center 

Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia officially unveiled its new Live! Event Center as it continues to raise the stakes in entertainment. The 15,000-square-foot meeting, event and convention space, which is located up the escalators from...

Cori Sensenig is a star on the soccer field, in the music room

Soccer seems to strike a chord with Cori Sensenig. The high school junior from Girard Academic Music Program has followed her family’s footsteps when it comes to excelling on the soccer field and hitting all...

H.S. Sports weekly roundup 10/4

The South Philadelphia High School football team ran into a powerful opponent on Thursday and took a 48-0 loss at the hands of undefeated Abraham Lincoln. Southern (2-2) will regroup and travel to the...

Author releases detective novel

A new fiction novel detailing the exploits of a local gumshoe is set to be released early next month. Titled Mason’s Philly: Discreet Denial, the book follows Mason Hall, a private detective in 1998 Philadelphia,...

25th Street Transportation Safety Study is open

The 25th Street Transportation Safety Study team is looking for ways to improve traffic and road conditions along 25th Street. The study covers the area from Washington Avenue to Passyunk Avenue. The study is...

Showcasing fashion in the Big Apple

Jacqueline City always wanted to make a big impression on the Big Apple. The disabled fashion designer from South Philly recently took New York by storm as she showcased her new line “After Midnight” on...

Flower Show returning to FDR Park

The Philadelphia Flower Show will return to South Philly’s FDR Park in 2022. Following the success of the first outdoor event in the show’s 192-year history, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society announced a return to FDR...

Boxing promoter Peltz releases book

Fifty years of boxing stories have been punched into a 404-page book, chronicling the life of boxing promoter J Russel Peltz. Peltz, who grew up in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia, promoted more than 1,000...

HS Sports roundup 9/27

Days went by. Then weeks. The South Philadelphia High School girls soccer team was starting to wonder if this season was going to be just like last fall, when the slate of games was moved...
broken clouds
54.1 ° F
58 °
47.4 °
87 %
75 %
75 °
67 °
64 °
70 °
66 °