A local hospice has unveiled a space that is just for children visiting family members.
The school is providing grief counseling services all weekend and will have special programming on Monday for students, faculty and staff.
The sun shines brightly on Joe Zanghi and two of his buddies from high school as they plant new trees and tie yellow ribbons to mature ones.
Funeral services were held in Saturday for four-year old Latiff Wilson, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident Monday.
The Philadelphia International records building in Center City will soon be no more.
A piece of Philadelphia history will pass into dust this morning, as a demolition crew takes the wrecking ball to the former headquarters of Philadelphia International Records on South Broad Street
Nutter Creates Panel To Help Tackle Recommendations Contained In US Dept. Of Justice Report On Police
Mayor Nutter has followed through on an Executive Order and named members of an independent civilian oversight board to advance efforts to ‘create a more responsive’ police department that ‘earns the public’s respect.’
A Southwest Philadelphia non-profit that helps ex-offenders re-enter society announced it’s teaming up with more than a dozen companies.
Camden officials were celebrating another sign of the city’s revitalization with a ribbon-cutting for a new café run by a local social service agency.
Immigration advocates in Philadelphia joined Mayor Nutter on Friday in support of the president’s plan.
For a city that’s sometimes seen as a perpetual underdog, it turns out Philadelphia is actually the best – at making internet lists of the best, that is.
About 22,000 seedlings will be planted over the course of two days.
The start of the fifth annual Philly Tech Week was postponed from Friday evening to Saturday evening because weather was threatening the outdoor event.
Victoria Harris created “@AwarenessCone” three weeks ago after she noticed more and more orange safety cones popping up around the city.
SEPTA’s police force wants to improve relationships with riders, and they are doing so with a small piece of paper.
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!