The focus is slowly shifting from protests to next steps in the process.
A new initiative to give temporary protection to West African immigrants affected by Ebola has gone under the radar.
Philadelphia’s district attorney has issued his annual warning for the official kick off of the holiday shopping season.
Boxing legend and light-heavyweight champ Bernard Hopkins partnered with Price Rite to give away 500 turkeys for the holiday.
Sources say the searches occurred individually and in small groups, and that the juveniles were asked to remove all their clothes, to squat, and to cough.
Saturday is International Survivors of Suicide Day, which will feature local events focusing on how to how to prevent.
The Philadelphia immigrant community will be watching and waiting in anticipation of President Obama’s decision.
The fledgling agency puts former prison inmates to work, removing wood flooring, cabinets, and other fixtures for possible sale or reuse.
The rallies, dozens across the country, are being organized on social media.
News that Pope Francis will visit Philadelphia next year is sparking excitement within Catholic parishes across the city.
Hundreds of area students will flock to the School District of Philadelphia Wednesday for the regions only information fair for historically Black colleges and universities.
The GORE-TEX Philadelphia Marathon is this coming weekend, and 42-year-old Reginald Allen is using it to help put his past under his feet.
Famed rocker and philanthropist Jon Bon Jovi is this year’s Marion Awards honoree and the awards dinner and celebration concert is Tuesday.
Answers to more than 60 of the 100 questions on the U.S. citizenship test can be found right here in Philadelphia.
The seventh annual Israeli Jazz Phest takes place this weekend, bringing a host of new, world music.