A public viewing is taking place Tuesday between 4 and 8 p.m. at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Catasauqua.
Police say the Lower Township man was digging behind his West Bates Avenue home when he discovered the explosive Saturday.
“The Captive” runs Tuesday through September 20th as part of the Fringe Arts Festival.
Hahnemann University Hospital has 750 people who will not be going home the weekend of the papal visit and contingency plans are in the works.
She says that $130,000 loan will only get them to October, but she says they’re lucky to get a loan at all.
Part of the excitement surrounding the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia is the way he interacts with crowds: there’s an individual focus and spontaneous feel to his communication. That’s the assessment of a speechwriter-turned-priest who spoke at Villanova University on Monday.
Authorities say he turned himself in at Philadelphia Police Headquarters on Monday.
Sgt. Leroy Marshall says the Lakewood crash was reported around 10 p.m. Monday.
Police say it happened at about 4:32 p.m. Monday at E. White Horse Pike and S. Sixth Avenue.
Police say it happened at about 5:49 p.m. Monday at the 1500 block of S. Corlies Street.
Pope Francis will be arriving in Philadelphia in less than a month.
Authorities say an attorney in Montgomery County is facing several charges.
New Jersey Department of Transportation officials announced overnight lane closures on Route 42 northbound this week.
Commercial charter buses and privately owned buses are gearing up to carry a ton of pilgrims along the Northeast Corridor. That includes RVs, passenger vans, motor coaches, school and mini buses.
The lineup is set for this weekend’s Made in America festival.
Photos from the Girls On The Run 5K at The Philadelphia Zoo.
Emergency crews respond to a train derailment in Philadelphia’s Port Richmond neighborhood
See the best pictures from the 2015 Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Images from the 2015 Philadelphia Home Show held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Demonstrators in Philadelphia react to the grand jury decision to not indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson.