Besides serving on the executive committee of the Flower Show, Courtney Peterson is a jewelry vendor in the show Marketplace.
“Today we’re making 100 special deliveries to local charities and first responders across Philadelphia and surrounding communities,” said Tastykake president Paul Ridder.
His name is Motuba. He’s 29 years old and weighs 432 pounds.
This year, for its 65th-anniversary entry at the Flower Show, Del Val College is incorporating artwork from more than a thousand schoolchildren into its exhibit.
For this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show, titled “ARTiculture,” some major exhibitors are being paired with the country’s great art institutions.
The owner of Funland in Sea Isle City says he’s closing the park for good.
THON ended Sunday afternoon and raised $13.34 million for pediatric cancer research and to provide support for patients.
The navy battleship, which is dedicated to the passengers of United Flight 93, here in Philadelphia until March 4th.
Dozens of volunteers turned out for “make a blanket” day at the Kennedy Center in Voorhees Saturday morning.
Veterans from the welcoming committee of the Navy League watched as the USS Somerset turned 180 degrees to pull into its berth on the Delaware River.
A large crowd filed into Xfinity Live to watch the USA-Canada hockey game, despite the fact that it was a 12 noon start time.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has quarantined two barns at the racetrack after one of the horses tested positive for equine herpes virus type 1 on February 15th.
The popular chain of sports bars has entered into a consent decree with the US Department of Labor to settle what the department calls its largest tip-credit case ever.
For anyone dreaming of those summer getaways to the Chesapeake Bay for heaping trays of steamed Maryland blue crabs, there may be something new on the menu.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on an upcoming kosher cooking competition, a nighttime event at the Reading Terminal Market, and East Passyunk Restaurant Week.