Community Cancellations For Thursday, March 22CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Thursday, March 22.
Snow Emergency To Be Lifted In Philly On Thursday Morning The City of Philadelphia will lift the snow emergency at 6 a.m. Thursday.
Thousands Without Power In South Jersey After SnowstormThousands of residents are without power in South Jersey after the region got pummeled with snow.
David Boreanaz's Canine Sidekick Becoming Must-See On 'SEAL Team'She’s trained to work with law enforcement to smell and locate illegal narcotics, but Dita is also a show dog.
Parts Of Jersey Shore Dealing With Coastal Flooding From Latest Nor'easterCoastal flooding is a concern at the Jersey Shore from the latest nor’easter to batter the region.
Ocean Plastic Predicted To Triple Within A DecadeWithout intervention soon, the amount of plastic littering the world's oceans is expected to triple within a decade, a new UK government report warns.
BFA Celebrates Historical Firsts In US AviationThe Balloon Federation of America's National Convention will run from March 22 through March 25 in Philadelphia.
City Hopes Workforce Training Program Is Recipe For SuccessWhen the Phillies open at home on April 5, a new crop of chefs will be doing the catering at Citizens Bank Park.
Rick Saccone Concedes Pennsylvania US House Race To Conor LambOn Twitter, Lamb said he had just gotten off the phone with Saccone and congratulated him "for a close, hard-fought race."
Northeast Gets Clobbered With Fourth Snowstorm In 3 WeeksSpring kicked off with a wallop of wintry weather along the East Coast as the fourth nor'easter in three weeks dumped more than a foot of snow in some places Wednesday.
$1,000 Bill Featuring Notable Philadelphian To Sell For $1 Million At AuctionA rare $1,000 bill from 1863 is expected to sell for about $1 million at an auction in Baltimore.
March Snowstorm: PennDOT, Pennsylvania Turnpike Lift Some Speed RestrictionsThe Pennsylvania Department of Transportation lifted restrictions from several interstates as of 4 p.m., but left others in place.