Capri is a budding artist and wants to become an ultrasound technician.
Many people would rank their wedding ring among their most prized possessions. So when a wedding band turned up in a parking lot, a local woman did her best to get it back where it belongs.
“(Philadelphians) have an extremely low opinion of the performance of the public school system, and … they favor replacement of the School Reform Commission with an elected school board,” says a spokesman for the Pew Charitable Trusts.
From observances at memorials honoring Irish immigrants to a pint a local pub, thousands across the Delaware Valley were marking St. Patrick’s Day.
It was a moment that coach Jay Wright hoped his boys would savor.
Under the proposed law, a voter registration would be completed whenever a person applies for a driver’s license, applies to get benefits or a birth certificate, or enters a state-run college or university — unless the person “opts out.”
Two charitable foundations are making a multimillion-dollar investment in public spaces in five of the city’s most underserved communities, creating what could become a national “test kitchen” of sorts on urban renewal.
Now that Villanova University’s men’s basketball team is ranked first in the Eastern region and second overall, how are students and fans preparing for the big tournament?
Township Council president Bob Lewis died suddenly yesterday morning at his home in Croydon.
City officials, health care providers and homeless advocates will cut the ribbon today on a new Wellness Center in North Philadelphia.
“I realized my sister’s story isn’t unique,” recalls Ann Rejrat. “There’s a lot of people out there who need help.”
Villanova will head into the NCAA Tournament as a #1 seed, and their fans couldn’t be happier. Meantime, it was close but no cigar for Temple, news students on campus didn’t take well.
The Central Conference of American Rabbis, the main organization of Reform rabbis in North America, is convening this week in Center City and is marking a milestone.
For many Irish people in Philadelphia, Saint Patrick’s Day is about heritage and history, and Laurel Hill Cemetery in East Falls is filled with that.
Philadelphia held the 245th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday.
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!