National Constitution Center Kicks Off Flag Day With Grand Re-OpeningAfter a months-long hiatus for renovations "Freedom Rising" takes the stage again at the Sidney Kimmel Theater on Flag Day.
19 Local Immigrants Become American Citizens On Flag DayEleven women and eight men held small American flags as they stood and recited the oath of allegiance.
Flag Day Ceremonies Held Throughout U.S. To Properly Dispose Of Old "Old Glory"Ceremonies are taking place all over the country Tuesday to properly dispose of old American Flags that have been collected throughout the year.
People From Across America Visit Philadelphia To Celebrate Flag DaySunday was Flag Day -- and a celebration of all things stars and stripes was happening in Old City Philadelphia where this nation's flag was created.
2015 Flag Day Events In PhiladelphiaDid you know that Pennsylvania was the first and only state to designate Flag Day a state holiday? If not, head to one of these celebratory events honoring the symbol of our country!
Philadelphia, Home of the American Flag, Pulls Out All Stops For Flag Day CelebrationsOn Independence Mall, bystanders got a Flag Day surprise when members of the Fastrax Skydiving Team made a grand entrance from above, carrying gigantic American flags.
Montco Drop-off Box Ensures Respectful Disposal For Old American FlagsWhen it’s time to retire your flag, officials say, bring it to the courthouse and deposit the flag in the box.
Americans Celebrate Flag Day and Founding of U.S. ArmyAnd the flag is only part of the celebration.
Tuskegee Airmen Treated Like Movie Stars At Flag Day Event Along Independence HallThere was a flag raising ceremony outside Independence Hall on Thursday. The 78th Army Band played and members of the Philadelphia chapter of Tuskegee Airmen were on hand.
Northeast Philly Troop Makes Hand Embroidered FlagsThe Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support from Northeast Philadelphia demonstrated how to hand-embroider the presidential flag.
Guide To The Betsy Ross HouseHistory is everywhere in the nation’s first capital, from the cobblestone streets of Old City to the grassy quads of Penn. So it’s no surprise that the creator of our nation’s flag and one of the most important women in American history, Betsy Ross, lived and worked right here in Philadelphia
On Flag Day, Local Country Club Honors Military Men & Women