Philadelphia Woman Fed Up With the Lack of Female Mechanics, Becomes One

When Patrice Banks could not take the lack of women mechanics in Philadelphia anymore, she decided to change that; she decides to become one! Banks, 34 quit her job to establish her own auto shop. Before quitting her job, Banks was working as a material engineer and manager at Duport, a position she had held...

Heavy Rains Cause Flooding In Many Parts Of Philadelphia On Monday

Many parts woke up to heavy rains on Monday morning paralyzing traffic and bring major towns into a standstill. This has forced officials from the region to dispatch a Flash Flood Watch team to help expedite any help that might be needed by the affected residents. A short-term Flood Advisory has been set up...

Five Armed Men Steal From A Home Along Neilson Street

Theft and crime cases in Philadelphia have been increasing at an alarming rate requiring the citizens to be more vigil. Despite Philadelphia police putting more effort to curb the vice, thieves are still getting room to exercise their immoral activities. On Sunday evening around 5:16 PM, five armed men,...

Tragic Amtrak Crash Caused by Speeding

Soon after the authorities ordered for scrutiny on the cause of the Amtrak train crash in Philadelphia, it has already been confirmed that speeding was the reason behind the tragedy. A number of safety experts have channeled their intellect and reasoning to the case, and they have finally reached a...

Philadelphia Protesters March for Anti-Police Brutality

Philadelphia protesters and police marched peacefully on Thursday for anti-police brutality and clogged Locust Street during the rush-hour on Thursday evening. The protesters were moved across cars and headed to Rittenhouse Square. The organizers of the protest compare the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore...

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