By: Ryan Briggs Oct 6, 2016 AT 11:43 AM
There was a time, for a good month or so in September 2014, when Beverly Henry had no idea who owned her house. “I turned to this woman and I said, ‘Wait, who owns my home?’...
By: Terri Akman Oct 28, 2016 AT 1:17 PM
Philadelphia isn’t just the birthplace of our nation – it’s also the burial place of many of our Founding Fathers and other political notables. Here are but a few of the resting...
By: Carmen Del Raval Jan 26, 2017 AT 10:45 AM
Jenni Drozdek thought she’d taken every precaution to keep her daughter, Mina, from becoming one of the approximately 13,000 Pennsylvania children diagnosed with lead poisoning. The family’s 19th-...
By: Ryan Briggs Jun 15, 2017 AT 8:44 PM
A Senate bill aimed at cracking down on blight has drawn concerns from housing advocates, who say some provisions could wind up hurting low-income homeowners. The bipartisan legislation, sponsored...
By: Ryan Briggs Apr 11, 2018 AT 7:12 AM
Built by association
Philadelphia is in the midst of a public crisis over rising housing costs. To combat the threat posed to residents, the city’s elected officials have been searching for revenue streams to replenish...
By: Ryan Briggs Apr 26, 2018 AT 2:59 PM
With a key committee vote looming, questions abound about an ambitious new affordable housing plan recently unveiled by Philadelphia City Council. Is it the long-sought solution for residents...