Philadelphia Police Ask Public To Remain Vigilant During Thanksgiving Day ParadePhiladelphia Police are all set to make sure Thursday's 96th annual Thanksgiving Day Parade is a safe and fun for everyone who attends.
Big Changes Coming To SEPTA's Busiest Bus RouteSEPTA's Route 23 bus currently runs from Chestnut Hill to South Philadelphia, but on November 29 that will change.
Cathedral Kitchen In Camden Offers Up More Than Just FoodMore than 400 people showed up for the 9th Annual "Harvest for Hunger" fundraiser.
AAA Calls On Automakers To Ditch Tire Inflator Kits, Go Back To SparesAAA Mid-Atlantic is calling on automakers to stop replacing spare tires with the new tire inflator kits, which can now be found on more than one-third of all new model cars.
Principal Of South Phila. Elementary School Named 'Best In Education'It's no secret in the Andrew Jackson School community, that Principal Lisa Ciaranca Kaplan is pretty special.
Construction On Ben Franklin Parkway In Full Swing In Preparation Of Papal VisitJust one week out from the Festival of Families on the Ben Franklin Parkway, construction of the main stage continues to move along.
Cleanup Project Along Parts Of Delaware River Gets UnderwayA group of volunteers took to the Delaware River on Thursday for a two week long cleanup project.
Terminally Ill Kids, Families Party At Independence Seaport MuseumThe 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.
Reward Now $5,000 For Man Being Sought For Shooting At Camden Police OfficerLocal 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.
AIDS Awareness Gets Top Billing at Saturday Afternoon West Philly Hip-Hop ConcertA 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.
NASA Lands in Philadelphia. Its 3-Day Mission: Public Education.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.
In Philadelphia, Shock Over S.C. Church Massacre, and A WarningThe 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.