The group of just over 50 people took self-guided tours of the various exhibits on display, while also taking time for some arts and crafts and a scavenger hunt.
Local authorities and the US Marshals Service are offering a $5,000 reward for information regarding the whereabouts of 21-year-old Victor Bennett, of Camden. He has several distinctive facial tattoos.
A concert tomorrow afternoon in University City will try to raise awareness and educate youth about HIV/AIDS by giving away free tickets to anyone who takes an HIV test.
The space agency set up shop today at the Franklin Institute, aiming to educate the public about research aboard the International Space Station and how it benefits us back here on Earth.
The president of the Black Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity says he feels that race relations in the United States will only get worse without action.
The Philadelphia Police Department’s Special Victims Unit is investigating a sexual assault that occurred Wednesday morning in the city’s Elmwood section.
The threat was reportedly made about 10:30am, and US Navy Yard and the Naval Support Activity facility, in the city’s Lawncrest section, were both evacuated and employees sent home for the day.
Dozens of people made their way out to Chestnut Hill College Saturday to watch the Sgt. Robert Wilson III Memorial Basketball tournament.
Pop music sensation Taylor Swift brought her 1989 Tour to Philadelphia this weekend with the first of two sold out shows at Lincoln Financial Field on Friday night.
Since the City Year program was brought to Philadelphia in 1997, more than 3,000 members have provided over 4.5 million hours of service at local schools.
Philadelphia Police say two teenagers are being charged as adults in connection with a string of armed robberies around Temple University.
Saint-Gobain’s “Future Sensations” exhibit features five pavilions with each focusing on a sensory experience, like sight and sounds.
The Newspaper Guild of Greater Philadelphia says they have agreed to an extension of their current contract with Philly.com and the city’s two biggest newspapers as negotiations on a new contract continue.
The contract negotiations involve workers at the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Daily News, and Philly.com.
An autistic boy from South Philadelphia is uniting his neighborhood through his love of drawing dragons, while also helping raise awareness about Autism.