At 76 years old, Ruby Grant is just hitting her stride.
After his investiture, Dr. Neil Theobald laid out his six-point vision for the future.
Temple University hosted the 13th annual Lew Klein Alumni in the Media awards Thursday, causing the who’s who in Philadelphia media to flock to North Philadelphia for the ceremony.
The Uptown Theater has been dead for more than two decades, and resurrecting the landmark will take a lot of time and money.
The Philadelphia non-profit the provides electronic mentoring for urban youth releases the guide Thursday.
new, 8,500 square foot community life center has opened in North Philadelphia, thanks to an $11-million investment in affordable housing.
“Parents and kids who come to our screenings don’t think anything is wrong with them,” says Phyllis Sudman, “but then they are diagnosed with a heart condition.”
Many of these notaries are not licensed attorneys and the customer ends up losing a lot of money.
“Conservatorship allows us the legal authority to enter the property, stabilize it, and rehabilitate it to provide a high quality housing option,” says Anuj Gupta, executive director of Mt. Airy USA.
With one click, these images tell the stories of survival, hunger, death, grief, victory, love, war and the raw humanity behind it all.
The Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey is taking a survey of the Jewish population in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties for the first time in more than 20 years.
Former Temple University football player Praise Martin-Oguike is on a mission to repair his reputation after the District Attorney dropped rape charges filed against him by a fellow student.
Over the past 10 years, Jazz Bridge Project has helped nearly 200 musicians in their time of need.
Syreeta Scott doesn’t just perfect the ‘dos of the Who’s Who. She also helps those who lose their hair battling cancer.
A Narberth-based program gives young adults with disabilities an alternative to living at home or in a facility.