Elephant Tranquilizer Overdose Deaths Cause Concern In RegionAn opioid strong enough to sedate an elephant has health officials in the area warning of the dangers.
Memorial Walk For Philadelphia Traffic Crash Victims Serves Deeper PurposeDozens walked silently through Center City Thursday night in their honor.
On-Beach Parking Becomes Reality In WildwoodCity Commissioners unanimously approved on-beach parking at Baker Avenue.
Manayunk Bridge Lighting Project Is HappeningFunding for the long-awaited project has been secured.
From The Process To The Future, Fans Celebrate All Things SixersThe team added another top prospect Thursday night
Former Mayor John Street Has Portrait Unveiled In City Hall"It's a very special time for me," Street said.
Summer Reading Series Aims To 'Make Change In Philadelphia'Organizers say the goal of the series is to inspire activism throughout the city.
Camden High School Students Who Beat The Odds Are HonoredSome high school graduates in Camden are getting a helping hand as they prepare for college, thanks to their persistence as students.
Chopping Up Cultural Barriers At Reading Terminal MarketTheir "Breaking Bread, Breaking Barriers" series wrapped up Monday night.
Don't Blame The Dog! These Philly Students Ate Their Own School WorkAs the school year winds down, students at the Philadelphia Performing Arts String Theory School are hitting the home stretch by eating all their hard work throughout the semester, even turning it into a competition.
Fancy Hats, Bowties Come Out As PhilaDerby Transforms Center City Into Churchill DownsKentucky Derby fever rode into Philadelphia Saturday.
PAL Tournament Teaches Kids Soccer, And Much, Much MoreThere were two title games Thursday night in Northeast Philadelphia, as the Police Athletic League's city-wide soccer tournament came to an end for the season.