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As it has every year since 1955, the defense organization will track the wearabouts of Kris Kringle – and you can keep up on your smartphone.
If you find that each year you experience nasal stuffiness and congestion this time of year, it could be the tree.
Tuesday marks the last night of Chanukah, and for many local people of the Jewish faith they used the night to shine light on a movement very close to their hearts.
The District Attorney’s office released new information Monday about last week’s killing spree in Montgomery County which left six victims and the gunman dead.
Families adding a pet to their household this holiday season should remember it’s a commitment that extends well beyond Christmas morning.
Police say it happened just before 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the 8100 block of State Road.
Calls For Police Departments Nationwide To Implement Diversity Training, Diversify Ranks Of Officers
In mid-December Philadelphia Police Cadet Class 369 graduated 39 new officers. Of those 39, less than 20 percent were minorities.
By Syma Chowdhry PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Carmen Picart is picking up toys from the Salvation Army in North Philadelphia for six children, ages two to seven. “It’s a blessing that we got the toys with […]
Authorities say a man believed to have killed his ex-wife and five of her relatives earlier this month killed himself with a combination of drugs after the murders.
Authorities say the three month investigation found more than three patients alleged they were victimized by the doctor.
Carlton Williams, commissioner of the city’s Department of Licenses & Inspections, says they’ve received three reports since Monday of a person posing as an L&I inspector and gaining entry to homes.
Who do you know who has changed the Black community for the better this past year?
Two South Jersey schools were placed on lockdown Tuesday after a bullet was found in a parking lot, police said.
“We had the African dancers, we had the Chinese dancers, we had the Latin American dancers, and of course we had dancers from America and from Israel,” says Madhumita Sen, the music teacher at Universal Creighton Charter School.