A spokesman for the New Jersey School Boards Association says it’s good for high school kids to be trained — just in case.
The Taney Dragons’ Little League World Series run is bringing attention and support for the entire program.
A Chestnut Hill school community that’s home to three of the Taney Twelve held a watch party Wednesday night.
Prosecutors, police and lawmakers renewed their call for legislation that mandates hard time in jail for carrying illegal guns.
“We want to make it clear this is a prayer service and not a funeral for the city,” said President of Unite Local 54, Bob McDevitt.
They began arriving in Ferguson on Sunday and, one by one, the half-dozen Philadelphia religious leaders have joined peaceful protesters in marches across that city.
“We can’t help but feel a certain pride and ownership in this team,” says Springside Chestnut Hill Academy principal Dr. Priscilla Sands.
It’s a big game for the Taney Dragons. A win punches Taney’s ticket to the US finals game on Saturday.
Donahue, Philadelphia’s longest serving morning radio anchor, will be retiring at the end of the week after decades as the friendly wake-up voice of the Delaware Valley.
Sixteen-year-old Emmonie is bursting with creativity. She draws, she dances, she even crochets.
Not a happy hour here at the Loew’s Hotel, but a “Yappy Hour” benefiting Street Tails Animal Rescue from Philadelphia and All 4 Paws Rescue out of Chester County.
The Jack Costello Boxing Club teaches children ages 9 and up. Those students are also learning self-confidence they’ll take into adulthood.
Rodeph Shalom rabbi Jill Maderer says 65-five-year-old Lee Stanley had deep ties to the synagogue and its activities. His father had been cantor there.
At Temple University, campus police kept traffic moving as parents and students unloaded their vehicles and headed toward their respective dorms.
A new apartment complex at 2nd and Race Streets will be the first development in Philadelphia to take advantage of new zoning code that provides incentives in exchange for features deemed to be in the public interest.
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!