A Johns Hopkins study done four years ago found that grandparents watching children actually reduces the incidence of injury by 50% or more.
Just when you thought texting had been condensed to its bare minimum, along comes Ultratext.
Can you believe that the CEO of UNICEF receives an annual salary of $1.2 million? Yeah, you shouldn’t. It’s not true.
Mayor Redd joined with Deputy Chief Joseph Williams and a few officers at Sheila Roberts Park, where they were dubbing young men and women from the neighborhood “Blue Knights.” It’s something that the Mayor feels helps create a bond between the community and police.
Families who live along busy White Horse Road are supposed to be protected by a 25 mph speed limit between Lucas Lane and the White Horse Pike, but a traffic study this year found the average driver goes 17 mph above the limit.
J.J. Watt will look to continue with his dominance against the Eagles.
The deadly shooting occurred on 800 N. 11th Street around 4:29 p.m.
Between smartphones, tablets, laptops, wearable tech and more, we love our gadgets on the go but when it comes time to recharge, most of us are still tethered to a power supply. But as 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds in the near future you may be able to power up without the cord.
The second round of enrollment in the Affordable Care Act opens in two weeks and the U.S. Heath and Human Services secretary was in Philadelphia today to promote the simplified sign-up.
PennDOT Secretary Comes Into Town With Check To Support “Philadelphia 30th Street Station District Plan”
PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch in from Harrisburg for the announcement of $2.5 million to support transportation, commercial development community opportunities at at around 30th Street Station.
Washington pleaded guilty to a felony charge related to a political corruption investigation.
There are about one million registered voters in Philadelphia, and about 2.6 million in the five-county area that includes the Pennsylvania suburbs.
Geno Vento paid several thousand dollars for the monument he’s erected on the front of his famed cheesesteak shop.
“We went to Children’s Hospital for 30 years… We got so large that the hospital couldn’t handle us anymore,” says a spokesman for the bikers’ group that helps deliver the toys.
“Hang in there, because we’re going to come up with a better plan,” councilwoman Marian Tasco told her colleagues.
Animals at the Philadelphia Zoo have their own ways of dealing with the heat. But taking a dip in the pool is still the most popular way for both humans and our four-legged friends.