Here’s a look at what you may have missed this week in Northwest Philadelphia.
The Martin Luther King High Cougars defeated the Imhotep Charter Panthers in a nail biting 55-52 win Thursday night. Check out the story and photos here.
A 46-year-old woman faces anywhere from one to 22 years in prison after pleading guilty on Thursday to the Oct. 2013 hit-and-run that killed 19-year-old Ceeanna Pate of Nicetown. Here’s the full story.
City Councilwoman Marian Tasco says after 30 years working in Philadelphia City Hall it’s time to retire. Click here for the full story.
Rounding out the year-long controversy, Roger Ross, the new owner of the historic Roxborough property located at 365 Green Lane, presented his plans for rehabilitation to a group at last week’s Central Roxborough Civic Association meeting. Here’s the full story.
On Wednesday, the team behind the proposed Philadelphia Career and Technical Academy bunched around a table inside a near-empty auditorium for the second and final public hearing on the group’s charter school application. It’s one of 40 such applications submitted to the Philadelphia School District. Here’s the whole story.