The new affordable housing development is the nation’s first LEED-ND “plantinum” development, representing $48 million in federal tax credits and private investment.
To mark what is called Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, area agencies are putting out their lists of some of the more dangerous roads for those age 65 and older.
December 28th is the date that the federal unemployment compensation program, started during the peak of the recession, is set to expire.
Tracey Jordan of Southwest Philadelphia (left) says auto shops are popping up all over that section of the city — on residential blocks.
This year, those heading to the city’s Christmas Village can not only pick up a bag of fresh mistletoe — they can also share a kiss underneath it.
Philadelphia now has another option for some “ice” skating.
Eagles’ tight end Brent Celek coached the “Eagles” side of the room, and Pennsylvania state treasurer Rob McCord the “Cowboys,” as both teams of students were tested with questions about the world of money.
Victor Baidal, 9, is a self-proclaimed “old soul.”
Students at Radnor High School returned from their Thanksgiving break to find a mangled vehicle outside the school’s main entrance.
A charitable foundation working to improve research and treatment for eating disorders conducted a survey on the importance of family meals.
“Both the Medicaid and the CHIP programs are working together to reduce the number of uninsured children,” says Joan Alker, Executive Director at the Center for Children and Families.
Penn Museum opened its doors Sunday for the University’s 18th annual World Peace Day — one that’s intended to expose visitors to different cultures of the world.
Dozens of people took advantage of free HIV testing in Philadelphia Sunday for World AIDS Day.
Looking for a puppy for the holidays? How about checking the shelters.
In Haddonfield, store owners enjoy opening up their shop on Small Business Saturday, while customers like the shopping experience at a mom and pop place.