The shells that will be launched pyrotecnics displays over the Delaware River tomorrow night are being loaded and wired at a ship yard in Camden today.
Many Philadelphia restaurants and bars are offering New Year’s Eve packages with a free show — a spectacular view of the city’s fireworks display.
CBS 3 and KYW Newsradio 1060 will once again broadcast Philadelphia’s New Year’s Eve fireworks live from Penn’s Landing at midnight on December 31st.
Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced today that the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) will continue to produce not one but two fireworks shows this New Year’s Eve, December 31, 2010, due to the generous support of the new presenting sponsor, SugarHouse Casino.
by KYW’s Mike Dougherty It was a perfect evening for fireworks as thousands at Penn’s Landing were treated to the second of three displays for this year’s Welcome America Celebration. Tune in to KYW Newsradio […]
by KYW’s Ian Bush Many are celebrating this Fourth of July weekend with a trip to the shore, or maybe the Poconos. But there’s plenty to do if you’re staying closer to home — especially […]
by KYW’s Hadas Kuznits There are non-stop 4th of July festivities to celebrate America’s birthday this weekend.
by KYW’s Nan Talleno Along with the Fourth of July comes the traditional celebration of fireworks. Unfortunately, the sights and sounds that fascinate us each year can truly frighten and unnerve most dogs.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough The July 4th holiday is a time of celebration and certainly we should pause and reflect on how fortunate we are to live in this great country with […]
by KYW’s Mike Dougherty The Fourth of July celebration in Philadelphia got a bit of an early start this year with a free concert and fireworks extravaganza at Penn’s Landing.
by KYW’s Hadas Kuznits Philadelphia is celebrating America’s birthday with several events throughout the Fourth of July weekend, but this year it started a week early with a free concert and fireworks display on Saturday.
by KYW’s David Madden Many cash strapped New Jersey municipalities have cut Fourth of July celebrations out of their budgets as one way to make ends meet. But some towns won’t let the holiday tradition […]