Luke Dercole, 33, admits he was addicted to heroin when he bought four guns for his 16-year-old drug dealer.
The parent company of the newly merged American Airlines and US Airways says that as it continues the process of forming the world’s largest airline, consumers will see only gradual changes.
“This is not something we get every day, ” said fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers at the presentation of a check for $59,110 from the Insurance Society of Philadelphia.
Tony Leonard, the Eagles’ director of grounds, says NFL referee Ed Hochuli had outlined his priorities for the grounds crew: keeping the sidelines, end lines, and hash marks cleared.
On Saturday, Police arrested suspects Matthew Morris, 27, and Miguel Maldonado, 32, for a robbery and aggravated assault that had taken place in Washington Square.
What went wrong with the forecast? Accuweather’s Elliot Abrams offers an insider’s peek.
A man is in critical condition after being abducted, shot and robbed while leaving a casino in Philadelphia.
The newly minted transportation law allows PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch, after required safety studies, to raise the maximum speed limit.
The two Thanksgiving weekend box office leaders remained the same for another weekend, but this time they switched places.
In an article being published today by the journal “Pediatrics,” they say violent characters tend to have lots of bad habits and, they fear it glamorizes all of them.
Is it illegal to spank your child?
You can learn all about sugar, its origins, and Philadelphia’s long history of candy-making at the Independence Seaport Museum’s ‘Oh Sugar!’ exhibit.
Bob Dylan Bootlegs walks you through 35 rare releases, exploring the meaning behind the songs as well as video interviews with artists and producers.
Even though there is no cure for dementia, studies show that it making be striking older people later in life than in had in the past.
“I was a volunteer for two years, and I worked four jobs just so I could pay my rent,” says Craft. “It’s been a struggle, but it’s incredible to see how it’s benefiting these kids.”
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.