After another night of severe storms rolling through the area, the weekend is looking great!
Storms moved through the area Thursday night, leaving behind damage and power outages.
Jesse Turner (wearing lime-green shirt in photo) is walking from Connecticut to Washington, DC to gain support for his fight against high-stakes standardized tests in public schools.
Hosts for Hospitals, based in Gladwyne, maintains a network of families who offer their homes as a place for patients and family members who come from out of town for specialized care at hospitals in the Greater Philadelphia area.
It’s a quiet Delaware Valley morning, but there is some activity looming south of the region.
Officials are warning people not to drink and drive, on the roads or on the water.
As new developments go, Riverfront Village checks all the boxes: energy efficient, near mass transit, affordable rent, with units set aside for formerly homeless veterans and low income families.
Eleven-year-old David is a sports fanatic. Nine-year-old Natalie is a dancer. Together they are looking for a forever family.
Monday morning’s temperatures are cool, but daytime highs will eventually warm into the low 80s in Philadelphia.
The forecast of heavy rain this evening prompted the schedule change.
Not the sunniest forecast for a summer weekend as a potent storm arrives from the west, bringing with it lots of rain and gusty winds.
It is the first full weekend of summer, but it sure won’t feel like it.
Among the tall ships in the Parade of Sail, arrayed today along the Delaware River, is a schooner named “When And If” that once belonged to Gen. George Patton.
Officials are offering assistance at a number of locations on both sides of the Delaware River, including one in Clayton, Gloucester County.
Persistent power outages continue to make life difficult for more than 200,000 people around the Delaware Valley and South Jersey.