Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Parks and Recreation (PPR) announced that for the first time ever it will be selling merchandise at the Christmas Village Information Hut at Love Park for the 2017 Holiday Season.
Philadelphia, PA - LGBTQ youth are over-represented within the city’s youth homelessness population; youth homelessness is a hidden issue often disguised as couch-surfing; strong cross-system collaboration among public systems including the school district, child welfare system and justice system are crucial to preventing youth homelessness and ensuring that young people do not fall through the cracks.
Philadelphia, PA - CVS Pharmacy today announced plans to bring prescriptions directly to patients' doors with nationwide next-day delivery from CVS Pharmacy locations beginning in early 2018. Select cities will also offer same-day delivery within hours, allowing customers to keep all of their pharmacy needs with a trusted pharmacy partner while also having the option of getting their prescriptions delivered right to their door.
Philadelphia, PA - The Office of Transportation and Infrastructure Systems (OTIS) today received approval from the City’s Art Commission to install one hundred free standing kiosks that provide free, high-speed Wi-Fi and a wide range of other important public services.
Philadelphia, PA - The Map Measure Open House, will feature nine City departments showcasing location-based tools. The tools are designed to inform decision-making and support operations as well as improve public services and public saftey.
Philadelphia, PA - The city of Philadelphia issued the following statement about the future of the Frank Rizzo statue currently displayed on Thomas Paine Plaza in front of the Municipal Services Building.
Philadelphia, PA - Now through November 26, Seattleites will catch a glimpse of Philadelphia in 48 transit ad placements and social media posts highlighting the city’s food and drink, arts and culture, neighborhoods, outdoor activities and people. The campaign reinforces the message driven home in the city’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters: that Philadelphia residents enjoy a high quality of life.