Articles in the North Central Category
North Central Philadelphia is being hit particularly hard by the School Reform Commission’s decision to close 23 schools, with five schools ordered to shut their … Read the full story >>
After the controversy sparking proposal for a North Central Neighborhood Improvement District came to a halt last summer, issues surrounding property continue to brew … Read the full story >>
The construction site at the corner of Willington and Berks Streets, one of many such sites in North Central Philadelphia near Temple University, is leaving … Read the full story >>
Good happenings and hype rolled among residents and college students attending a block party on the 1900 block of N. Gratz Street, in a continuation … Read the full story >>
The pain of losing a child is every parent’s worst nightmare particularly when senseless violence is the culprit. Eight of the 331 murders in Philadelphia … Read the full story >>
On a brisk Sunday evening, an advertisement reading: “Hand Car Wash $5.00,” stood at the intersection of 19th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue. Gregory … Read the full story >>
At the corner of 16th and Diamond streets, pedestrians overhear voices of praise lifting through the crisp February air as they walked by the Epiphany … Read the full story >>
Josias Sterling had a big smile, a big heart and he loved to eat apple pie.
Not just a slice but the whole pie.
“He … Read the full story >>