A Philadelphia attorney has opened what he says is the first LGBTQ divorce firm.
A troubled Philadelphia charter school is shutting down, rather than continue a court battle to get the SRC to renew its charter.
Eight assembly lines of Wawa employees were putting together 21,000 Italian hoagies Thursday morning.
The LGBT civil rights movement began in Philadelphia 50 years ago this 4th of July — and to mark the milestone — the city is kicking off a national four day celebration.
Governor Wolf has signed into law a bill intended to clarify changes to Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz says his inspection finds unsanitary and dangerous conditions.
Thongs, Magic Mike XXL has got plenty of. The problem is that this sequel comes up short in ju st about every other department.
Imagine a land so rugged and breathtakingly majestic that, even today, the waterways provide the clearest path through the dense forest.
“I’m old. Not obsolete,” says the Arnold Schwarzenegger character on more than one occasion in Terminator Genisys. Perhaps the same could be said for this franchise.
All dogs, regardless of age, size or breed, have an instinctive need to fulfill a daily task.
Court records indicate 60% of embezzlers are female, and the median age is 50.
Teens and depression – it is a relatively common phenomenon but it is an issue which few talk about – and the silence can be deadly.
Pennsylvania’s attorney general announced legal action against a chain of nursing home companies that operates 36 facilities in the state. The company is accusing Kathleen Kane of using her office inappropriately.
Officials say they hope to implement the pop-up concept in other pools around the city.
The cry of heavenly gratitude came from an older female in custody at Philadelphia’s Riverside Correctional Facility.
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.