For the Eagles, just winning against the Browns was not good enough.
Remember the first week of September last year? All the kids going back to school, Labor Day picnics and, oh yes, over 6″ of rain in four days thanks to the slow-moving moisture and circulation around what was once Tropical Storm Lee. This rain led to some of the worst flooding Central PA has ever seen.
There’s nothing I love more than the big events that come around every four years: the Olympic Games, the World Cup, and my personal favorite the American political conventions!
By Bill Campbell Baseball’s Home Stretch As we approach the home stretch of the big league baseball season, it’s interesting to observe the comparative closeness of the races in both major league divisions. In the […]
By Bill Campbell: It was a big weekend at the Olympics in London.
Testimony in the clergy abuse case has taken some very personal turns for me (Tony Hanson).
Let’s examine the plight of the Phillies after being swiped in Miami by a team of Marlins that has been struggling of late.
The Memorial Day holiday has come and gone, and it didn’t quite feel like May – with a high of 91 and afternoon Heat Index values as high as 95 in the city, it felt more like the 4th of July. And today is even hotter!
The unofficial start to summer will feel like mid summer this weekend with a hot and humid weather pattern in place.
It was a gorgeous weekend for most of us (especially those away from the coast), but we are now paying our dues as a week of unsettled weather sets up across the Delaware Valley.
By Bill Campbell Phillies’ Moves During A Noteworthy Baseball Week Their sluggish start has not caused the Phillies to push the panic button. But it has led to some interesting personnel moves. The most noteworthy […]
The night sky will be much brighter this weekend as the year’s biggest full moon will occur on Saturday night at 11:35 PM
It would appear that the Phillies and Chase Utley are not on mutually agreeable speaking terms – at least for now. You can only hope that, when the season starts and the games have some real meaning, the communications process will improve.
You may recognize my name as an Anchor or Reporter on KYW Newsradio, but my most important job is being Christian and Caitlin’s Mom.
Sara Visomirski is the Director of Creative Services for CBS3 and The CW Philly and smitten mother to Matthew (8) and Mia (7).
- Disabled Vet Beaten, Robbed During Home Invasion In Northeast Philadelphia
- Electric Companies Prepare For Summer Usage Spike
- Gaming Board Official Concerned About Free On-Line Casino Games
- Governor Corbett Faces Off Against NCAA
- Philadelphia Police Fired At More Suspects, Last Year, Than In The Previous Two Years; Officials Blame Armed Suspects