Citizens Bank is putting the money behind a community outreach effort for residents who live around the campus of Drexel University.
March is Women’s History Month, a time when the nation celebrates the contribution of women to society.
About 500 projects were submitted to the 34th annual George Washington Carver Science Fair by area 4th, 5th and 6th graders.
The country’s oldest city-wide science fair got underway Wednesday afternoon at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University on the Ben Franklin Parkway.
The US Postal Service is in a spat with American Traffic Solutions, which manages many red light camera programs — including Philadelphia’s. ATS says the USPS is ignoring violations its mail carriers are racking up.
The Drexel Dragons will play their next four games in the cozy confines of the DAC, starting with Thursday night’s CAA match-up with Old Dominion.
When the framers of Obamacare drafted the law, they assumed that all states would expand Medicaid to include poor citizens not currently covered.
It may have been a type of Internet hoax called “catfishing.” That’s a scam in which an online persona is created to reel in someone else.
A group of volunteer doctors and nurses from Drexel and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital have teamed up to provide free medical care to the uninsured.
Quincy Ford forced overtime with a double-clutch 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds left in regulation and Northeastern defeated Drexel 63-58 in Colonial Athletic Association play Tuesday night.
Frantz Massenat scored 25 points and Daryl McCoy grabbed 14 rebounds, and Drexel pulled away in the second half to beat Georgia State 77-60 in the Colonial Athletic Association opener for both teams.
There is no lack of opinion on the NRA’s plan from both sides of the debate.
He is the Philadelphia Union’s all-time leader in every offensive category, was the face of the franchise, and won the hearts of fans before his trade to the Vancouver White Caps this past January.
Many Drexel students lined up to help bag the toys.
Nutter first stressed that the trip cost taxpayers nothing, as the Chamber of Commerce program called “Select Philadelphia” picked up the estimated $9,000 tab for Nutter and four other city employees.
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