Philadelphia

Kevin Hart, Meek Mill, and Michael Rubin are donating $7 million to create academic scholarships for youth from low-income households in Philadelphia.

Hakim's Bookstore—Philly’s first and longest-standing Black-owned bookstore—will receive a historical marker.

NewsOne and Chevrolet teamed up to tackle the very real issue of mental health and raise awareness around the topic.

Former FLOTUS Michelle Obama will kick off ‘The Light We Carry’ book tour in November.

Ashley Lockhart, a mother of six, was found stabbed to death in a minivan in Philadelphia. Her fiancé, Raymond Thompson, was charged.

NBA legend Rasheed Wallace was honored with a street naming in his hometown of Philadelphia.

This Juneteenth weekend, a collective of Philadelphians is leading efforts to preserve the historic home of revered Black artist Henry Ossawa Tanner.

A gunman in Philadelphia killed three people and injured 11 others during a shooting on South Street.

Questlove has teamed up with the University of the Arts to launch a scholarship program for emerging creatives.

101-year-old Merrill Pittman Cooper recently received an honorary diploma.

On Monday, the city launched The Violence Prevention Hotline, a 24 hours hotline staffed with dozens of trauma-informed "resource navigators" who will be on call to respond to residents impacted or concerned about issues of gun violence.

A statue commemorating the life and legacy of trailblazing abolitionist Harriet Tubman was unveiled at Philadelphia’s City Hall.