PECO In Midst Of Aggressive Tree Trimming Project To Reduce Power OutagesPECO has contracted with ASPLUNDH to thin out and trim branches from around power lines for years.
Congressman Denies Misconduct Claim; Ethics Probe May FollowThe story, published online Saturday, cited unnamed people who said the Republican Pennsylvania representative used thousands of dollars from his congressional office fund to settle the sexual harassment complaint.
Governors Wagering Sweet Treats Of NFC Championship GameThe governors of Minnesota and Pennsylvania are wagering some sweet treats on Sundays NFC championship game.
Thousands Gather For Women's March In PhiladelphiaMany marchers in Philadelphia wore pink cat-ear hats as a show of solidarity and carried homemade signs containing anti-Trump statements.
6 Homes Evacuated In Fishtown After Large Sinkhole Opens UpThe fire department says a sinkhole opened up on the 2200 block of Taggert Street on Friday.
Thousands From Philly Heading To DC For Anti-Abortion MarchAmong those in attendance will be Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, who is encouraged by the youth movement supporting this pro-life cause.
Casey On Potential Shutdown: GOP Don't Seem Like They Could Organize A One-Car ParadePennsylvania's senior senator is taking aim at the Republican party for the potential shutdown of the federal government.
Developer: Philadelphia 'Has A Real Shot' At Amazon's Second HeadquartersOne of the stakeholder developers in the next round of the Amazon HQ2 competition thinks Philadelphia "has a real shot."
Activists Want Philadelphia School Board Nominees Meeting Open To PublicThe mayor's nominating panel has the job of providing him 27 names, from which he'll appoint nine to the new local school board.
Firefighters Battle Blaze In FrankfordCrews were called to a home on the 4600 block of Pilling Street around 10 a.m.
Police: Pregnant Woman Injured In Double ShootingPolice say the shooting happened at Ella Street and Indiana Avenue around 9 a.m.
Pennsylvania Nuns Go To Court Over Lancaster Pipeline ProjectThe Adorers of the Blood of Christ nuns in Lancaster say Williams Partners unlawfully built a pipeline on their property.