Monday morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Chris Stigall objected to some major metropolitan newspapers not covering Easter on their front pages yesterday.
Worshipers at The Church of St. John, Lower Merion sang out in praise Sunday — and for one service a year — Father Frank Wallner says they joyfully ring bells.
Mother Bethel AME church in Society Hill offered a 6 a.m. service where more than one hundred members showed up for the early worship.
The cold spring air, mixed with a 6 a.m. start time was not was enough to keep worshipers away from the 83rd annual Easter Sunrise Service at Lakeview Memorial Park on Sunday.
We don’t have to just look fondly in the rearview mirror at Saturday’s beautiful weather, because we will be doing it again today.
High pressure will situate itself over the Northeast on Easter Sunday keeping the forecast dry.
Of all the advisories and warnings and watches and alerts we’ve had to deal with this crummy year of weather, this is my favorite one – a pastel advisory.
Many Christians are doing their Easter holiday shopping. For many people, shopping at Swiacki Meats in Port Richmond is an Easter tradition.
Today was bright but cold across the region, with temperatures averaging more than 10 degrees below normal and a gusty breeze making it feel even worse! But the good news is that we are entering into a period of quiet weather.
About 700 kids took part in the annual East Passyunk Avenue Easter egg hunt Saturday.
The assault reportedly happened on 10th Street, more than a mile off campus.
Chris gets ready for the start of the Phillies season with Charlie Manuel. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the the Monday Morning Matchup and Fox News Contributor John Stossel about his new book, No They Can’t. He also details the story of a man crashing his car into a Walmart and Google featuring a doodle of Cesar Chavez on Easter.
The homeless advocacy organization, Project HOME, held its own Easter service at its headquarters on Fairmount Avenue in Philadelphia on Sunday.
Area Catholics gathered in South Philadelphia for the traditional Saturday evening Easter vigil service.
Hundreds of people took part in the lunch hour ceremony on Ash Wednesday, being reminded of their own mortality.