‘From Philly, for Philly’: A Q&A with Democratic activist Sinceré Harris
A one-on-one conversation with Cherelle Parker’s campaign manager on what Democrats can learn from the historic primary win.
‘Our voices will be heard’: Philly’s Chinatown mobilizes against 76ers arena plan
How neighbors, advocates and students are fighting a plan to move the NBA franchise to Center City from South Philly.
How Cherelle Parker’s ‘village’ made a path to victory | Analysis
Looking at the crowd of orange shirts Tuesday, Democrat Cherelle Parker said 'This right here, these are my people.'
Philly Democratic mayoral nominee Cherelle Parker is resting at home after brief hospital visit
The Democratic mayoral nominee said she was grateful for all the well wishes, thoughts and prayers she received.
Maria Quiñones Sánchez just made a big endorsement in Philly’s mayoral race. Why it matters
According to U.S. Census data, Latinos make up about 16% of Philadelphia residents and about 13% are registered to vote.
LGBTQ+ Voter’s Guide: The fight for Philadelphia Mayor. The issues, the candidates
The primary election is May 16. Here's what you need to know to cast your ballot.
With days remaining, Philadelphia mayoral poll shows virtual tie
Former City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart led the pack with 18% support in a hypothetical head-to-head match-up.
Pa. Rep. Dwight Evans earmarks more than $23M for Philly community projects
'Philadelphia’s great need for affordable housing continues to be a top priority for me,' the Democratic lawmaker said.
Philadelphia mayoral candidates discuss how to help city’s unhoused residents
'I will break up the open-air drug market,' in Kensington, former City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart said.
Philadelphia mayoral candidates discuss public health crises
"We’re looking at what is a pretty critical period in Philadelphia in our time,” said Mike Pearson, the vice chair for Public Health Management Corporation.
New report outlines education priorities, challenges for Phily’s next mayor
Student safety, teacher quality, and curriculum and instructional practices are among the key issues.
Philly Council seeks temporary halt to state’s preemption of local gun laws
“We’ve passed commonsense gun laws, but we’ve been held hostage [by state law],” Councilmember Curtis Jones Jr. said.