The gigantic padded slide is 1,000 feet – longer than three football fields – and will be set up for one day only.
The historic Doylestown Inn has gone through many changes since it first opened, on State Street in Doylestown, in 1902.
The “when” is settled. Still unknown is the “where.”
By executive order, Christie appointed Kevin Lavin as the city’s emergency manager and Kevyn Orr as special counsel to the emergency manager.
KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on one pizza shop’s novel approach to crowdfunding, the Free Library’s efforts toward “culinary literacy,” and a coffee shop with something extra.
The preservation of a major American institution in a Berks County town celebrated a half-century last week.
A federal judge on Wednesday allowed the sale of Atlantic City’s former Revel casino to a Florida developer to proceed.
It now appears that Philadelphia will be the final stop in a three-city US that will take the pope first to Washington, DC and New York City.
A new poll finds the majority of Americans are fearful about a domestic terrorist attack following the one in Paris and doubtful that ISIL can be stopped even if U.S. troops get involved.
The freebies are limited to one per customer until they sell out.
The line stretched out of the ballroom of the Sheraton, around the corridor, wrapped around a spiral staircase and ended at the front door of the hotel.
Blatstein was one of four developers hoping to build Philadelphia’s second casino; he proposed putting it in the former Inquirer headquarters, on North Broad Street at Callowhill.
A public meeting is slated for Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 5:30 p.m. at the central branch of Philly’s Free Library.
Tourism and hospitality officials said the impact of Francis’ appearance is unlike anything they’ve experienced in recent memory.
Developer Bart Blatstein and caterer Joseph Volpe have signed a contract with Exelon Corporation to buy the old power plant at an undisclosed price.