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One Book, One Philadelphia is celebrating its 13th year with another novel that brings focus to societal problems.
Look for the many Fothergilla shrubs on display at the Flower Show this week, then look for a spot, in the sun or part-shade, to plant one in your garden this spring.
Do you want to stay out of the hospital? Maybe you should exercise more often.
Like humans, all dogs and cats will have two sets of teeth in their lifetimes.
The 12-inch main broke Monday along the 6600 block of Chew Avenue.
Four family members, including newlyweds, all of them dead. They all drowned while vacationing in the Dominican Republic with about a dozen family members.
It used to be that getting into a good college or university depended on how high you scored on a standardized test. But with an average graduation rate of about 59-percent at four year schools, administrators are starting to rethink the selection process. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, many schools now want to know a whole lot more about applicants before asking them to attend.
The fire was reported around 5:19 p.m. Monday at 2300 block of Wyandotte Road.
Ike Reese has been named the winner of the 2015 94 WIP Great Birds Debate.
Tapped last year to fix systemic mismanagement at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Secretary Robert McDonald’s latest action is back peddling after falsely telling a homeless vet he is former Special Forces.
Investigators say it’s been 12 years since Angel Pinto shot and killed John Rodriguez Jr. at the Chateau Bar, in Camden, after an argument.
Zelda Westbrook, mother of beloved former Philadelphia Eagles’ running back Brian Westbrook, read Dr. Seuss’ “Wacky Wednesday” to a group of kindergartners.
Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and potential presidential candidate, Carly Fiorina, spoke with Talk Radio 1210 WPHT morning show host Chris Stigall about what sets her apart from many of the other people possibly running for President.
Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, says attendance the first few days of the show is exceeding expectations, so he doesn’t think weather is a factor.