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Delaware County fire officials are investigating the cause of a fire early Saturday morning in Brookhaven that claimed one life and forced four families out of their homes.
The local Red Cross chapter now has two volunteers — one a mental health counselor and the other a communications representative — working in the Washington state disaster zone.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” KYW’s Hadas Kuznits reports on a new food market/restaurant coming to Old City, a new cookbook by a Philadelphia author, and the Red Cross’ annual ball.
Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers says the cause of the blaze has yet to be determined, but there were plenty of potential fire hazards.
Investigators are looking into the cause of an overnight apartment fire that displaced at least a dozen people in Croydon, Bucks County.
The Red Cross says 26 adults and three children were affected by the Michener Avenue fire, which broke out early Sunday morning.
Officials Remind Chester County Residents About Shelter, Resources Available While Power Outages Persist
Emergency management crews in Chester County are encouraging folks without power to keep themselves safe while power outages persist.
More than a hundred people spent the night at the Lionville Middle School before a larger shelter opened at West Chester University.
Katie Wilkinson won a pair of Super Bowl tickets in a Red Cross promotion for blood donors. She’s getting married on Saturday; the game is Sunday.
As the American Red Cross tells us, when you are trying to stay warm, it’s always important to stay safe.
Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday has been designated by Congress as a ‘Day of Service’. The Red Cross is focusing on fire prevention.
By Tim Jimenez PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Red Cross officials say they’ve seen a jolt in fires in the area during the past month, including one on Saturday that killed two people in Northeast Philadelphia (read […]
Nearly 1,000 fans participated in the 6th annual Philadelphia Eagles blood drive on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Since opening up a 24-hour call center in Philadelphia to help people looking for friends and family in the Philippines on Saturday, the local chapter of the Red Cross says more than 300 calls have come in.
Judge Renee Cardwell Hughes, CEO of the local Red Cross, says the agency offers a service called “Family Tracing”.