Jodie Milkman with the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation says there are a lot of events planned throughout the summer at the Great Plaza.
A business bachelor’s degree leaves you most likely to be underemployed. So says the website payscale.com.
With in season room rates starting at 400 dollars a night, The Reeds at Shelter Haven is decidedly high end. But the full service accommodations are, in fact, luxurious.
This week Hadas talks to an author and professional forager about how to find food growing in the wild, then visits a South Philly dessert shop offering a new summertime treat. Then, she previews an elegant-dining fundraiser for a local animal shelter.
It’s an unnerving large-scale thriller about global zombie mayhem.
Tony Soprano the character was a tough man and a murderer, but James Gandolfini, the New Jersey born actor, was something entirely different.
Governor Christie and wife Mary Pat Christie arrived at Witherspoon Grill in Princeton for National Dine Out Day, raising money for the state’s Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund.
A Main Line manhunt that forced Villanova University into lockdown – ended with three suspects under arrest.
Residents reported a bear sighting in Bucks County – in a neighbor’s backyard!
Officials say firefighters found a body at an Allentown blaze on Wednesday night, but the death was unrelated to the fire.
To celebrate Black Music Month, the Philadelphia landmark is opening its doors to the public for a day of tours.
Police say a pregnant woman is in serious condition following a triple shooting in North Philadelphia on Wednesday.
WPHT’s Dom Giordano spoke with Pa. Senator Chuck McIlhinney on Wednesday as he unveiled the Senate’s version of the Liquor Bill.
Wednesday was a bittersweet day in the storied history of Germantown High School, which is shutting down after this school year.
Mum is mostly the word from Mayor Nutter’s press office over word that Philadelphia Gas Works had a court place a lien on Nutter’s home in May because he hadn’t paid his gas bill.