The choir was formed 30 years ago by a Canadian relief worker who found it hard to get people interested in the struggles of African children.
Two groups of students, from Philadelphia and Mongolia, have been working online together to study the effects of global warming. And now, five teens from Mongolia are visiting Philadelphia until the end of this month.
The students, who are being hosted by Collingswood High School and were in Camden today, will be flying back home on Tuesday.
If you plan to do some spring cleaning this weekend, there is a local charity that wants your old shoes.
The Monkey and The Elephant, at 29th Street and Girard Avenue, employs young people who are aging out of the foster care system.
The University of Pennsylvania has chosen five students for its inaugural “President’s Engagement Prize,” created for students who have a plan to make the world a better place.
The 67th annual Delaware Valley Science Fairs takes place next week at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
Lower Merion Township officials are embroiled in a legal battle with a pro-gun rights group.
Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia is expected to draw millions of people to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in September.
On Sunday, April 5, hop on down to South Street for one of Philadelphia’s oldest traditions, the South Street Easter Promenade.
For the last decade in Philadelphia, zombie have become synonymous with the Easter holiday.
“(Christie)’s been clear about his opposition. He’s been saying it all around the state, at events as he travels,” noted Dena Mottola Jaborska, from New Jersey Citizen Action.
Camden Barbershop Becomes a One-Day Black History Museum and Celebration Point For Community Leaders
Dee Bailey, executive director of the business consulting firm Each One Teach, led the activities honoring three local community change makers.
The main lobby at Fox Chase Elementary School smelled like a farm today. And for good reason.
Nutter has signed an executive order creating a fifteen-member oversight commission to ensure that the Justice Department’s recent recommendations become reality.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!