The Taliban appears to have targeted two of its chief enemies: education and the military. A Philadelphia expert says no countermeasure should be spared.
Designed as a continuous loop, Philly PHLASH allows riders to hop on and off at 20 stops, either right in front of or within steps of the city’s most popular sites.
The program will begin on Monday, January 5th and run through Saturday, January 17th.
The group, which staged a march this morning from Independence Hall to the Federal Reserve at Sixth and Arch Streets, says the Fed’s replacement process is dominated by major financial firms and corporations.
The Salvation Army bell ringers collect spare change during the holidays to help those in need, AND that money is a portion of what’s raised to help people all year.
Ashley Broaddus is using her “Make-A-Wish” wish to spread positive messages.
Twenty-six t-shirts, each bearing the name of one of the victims killed in the shooting at the Connecticut school on December 14, 2012, were on display.
In Camden, a “die-in” was held in front of the courthouse. A Philadelphia group blocked traffic on Broad Street.
Thinking of donating this holiday season? If you’re basing how much trust you place in a charity on finances alone, you’re making a mistake.
The cartoon appeared in the Bucks County Courier Times and depicted kids asking Santa Claus to “keep us safe from the police.”
On Sunday, Main Line Reform Temple in Wynnewood will host a concert featuring contemporary, folk, jazz, classical and world music all in one place.
Leaders of the Christmas Village, in Love Park, have canceled this evening’s “lantern parade” after learning that Ferguson-related protesters were scheduled to converge there at the same time.
ChoreMonster.com, an app that tries to make chores fun for families, says it analyzed over seven million completed jobs to figure out which U.S. cities have hard-working children.
If you don’t want to brave the cold, Uber is offering a one-day-only way to get lunch from Philadelphia restaurant Sbraga without leaving your desk.
On Tuesday night at the Ronald McDonald House in University City, red and white stripe socks were high fashion.
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!