In one Philly neighborhood, a fight against gentrification — block by block
By: Daniella Heminghaus - December 28, 2022
'How many life science centers do you need? How many research centers do you need? How many?' Rasheda Alexander asked.
‘Tranq’ isn’t just a Philly problem. But it will take city officials, healthcare workers to fix it
By: Daniella Heminghaus - September 6, 2022
'Tranq,' or xylazine, is an animal tranquilizer used by veterinarians and is not approved for human use.
Philadelphia students walk out for abortion rights
By: Daniella Heminghaus - May 28, 2022
'It's very cool ...They’re not putting up with it anymore,' an onlooker said.
How a Philly man is fighting the city’s gun violence epidemic — one drum line at a time
By: Daniella Heminghaus - April 29, 2022
The Beloved Care Project, which recently marched around Philly's university campus, aims to address the root causes of gun violence.
Buffalo bound anti-mandate protesters stop in Scranton
By: Daniella Heminghaus - February 11, 2022
After receiving a few more donation boxes from a local, the convoy of two cars and four people headed out to their next meeting point in Elmira, N.Y. But, before leaving, McGuire also noted: “Nobody wants a mini Ottawa in their town, which is understandable … we kept saying ‘this is peaceful, we don’t plan anything.’ All is part of our right to assemble.”