An online reality website has released its list of the top school districts with the most affordable housing, and a Philadelphia suburb has made the cut.
By Cherri Gregg PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A group of Jewish women in their senior years will celebrate a childhood rite of passage today. The rite is usually reserved for 12-year-old girls. Reporter: “Did you ever […]
Artist Peter Quinn says all folks need to do is show up. “They’ll be given chalk and they’ll literally lay down on the pavement and trace each other to create the drawing.”
Councilman Mark Squilla says the association was hobbled by the cost of being sued twice in 13 months. Even though the cases didn’t go to court, he says, the OCCA faced $10,000 in legal bills.
Six young and successful men got together in 1812 in a cake shop near 3rd and Market Streets to launch their endeavor.
Forty-seven people, representing 29 countries, stood to take the oath of citizenship, renouncing allegiance to their former homelands, embracing America as their own.
Chester County sheriff Carolyn Welsh took a lot of heat from anti-gun activists who said the department’s plan to raffle off guns — especially an AR-15 — at the annual Wild Game Dinner was insensitive.
Every year, anywhere from dozens to hundreds of cyclists gather at the foot of the Philadelphia Art Museum to remember the riders killed and many injured in the past year.
Fifteen-year-old Nasir has big dreams: he wants to join the military and hopes to be the second African-American president.
The house across from Wayne Junction is a wreck – broken windows, ripped shingles, drooping trim. But Devon Goodwin sees potential.
“While this new safe haven is a huge step toward addressing the safety needs of survivors, our work as a community is far from over,” said Jeannine Lisitski, executive director of Women Against Abuse.
Prior to moderating an event at the Constitution Center, Jeffrey Rosen — a George Washington University law professor — talked with KYW Newsradio about his vision for the museum.
“Bebashi” was formed in 1985 to serve the growing number of African-Americans in Philadelphia infected with HIV or AIDS, but it has grown to develop programs serving the area poor.
Oshunbumi Fernandez spends her days and nights focused on tending the legacy planted by her mother, Lois, 38 years ago.
A local shelter for homeless teens is holding its biggest fundraiser of the year Monday night.