It’s Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start of summer at the shore, but not everyone is headed to the beach this weekend. If you’re staying closer to home, there’s plenty to do.
Of those four people, two remain in critical condition.
It happened just before 5 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of I-76 at Passyunk Avenue.
The fire was reported Friday at the 3000 block of Penrose Avenue.
Before Johnson Cemetery Memorial Park was an honored hallowed ground for fallen African American troops, it was just Johnson Park.
The ocean was unlocked and for the 12th year the business people plunged, but Memorial Day Weekend has a hollow feeling at one Ocean City store.
Amtrak now says a broken rail forced the closure of one of two tracks on its East-West Main Line throughout morning rush-hour, causing delays of Amtrak runs to Harrisburg and Pittsburgh and cancellation of all Septa Regional Rail service on the western end of its busiest regional rail line between Malvern and Thorndale.
A local professor is facing charges, according to federal prosecutors.
Is the FDA doing enough to protect patients from potentially dangerous medical devices? Two Philadelphia area doctors say no. They’re fighting to prevent more tragedies, while living through their own.
Boy Scouts of America President Robert Gates told a crowd in Atlanta on Thursday that the organization’s policy of banning gay adults will likely need to change in the near future.
What caused last week’s deadly Amtrak derailment is a question that remains unanswered. The National Transportation Safety Board’s investigation is still underway.
The biggest recall in automotive history involving exploding air bags is causing lots of confusion for consumers. With nearly 34 million airbags needing to be replaced, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that most drivers don’t even know if their vehicle is affected and likely won’t know for some time.
Every day millions of people buy tickets hoping to win big bucks playing the lottery.
Five men from Philadelphia are still reliving the moment when they caught one of the largest sharks ever off the New Jersey coast.
Falls Township Police say a reward is being offered after tires were found slashed Sunday in Levittown, Bucks County.