Fourth of July parades take place all across the country and signify not only our collective patriotism, but also local pride. Homemade floats abound and are as unique and individual as the spirit that carved out our country.
George Washington got beat badly by La Salle in the AAAA Philadelphia high school baseball city championship game on Thursday afternoon, but for the Washington baseball community, the score wasn’t at all that important.
Michael Dixon Jr. scored 19 points and hit four free throws in the final 10 seconds to help Memphis hold off George Washington 71-66 on Friday night in the second round of the East Regional.
George Washington defeated Saint Joseph’s 76-71 Wednesday night, snapping a stretch of four straight home losses to the Hawks.
A public wreath laying ceremony was held at the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier in Philadelphia’s Washington Square Park on Saturday commemorating George Washington’s 280th birthday.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania has a special, free exhibit on George Washington, beginning Tuesday.
It was a big win for the St. Joe’s women’s basketball team on Wednesday as they downed George Washington on the road, 75-69.
The early colonial settlements along the Eastern seaboard, including Boston, Charleston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, are among the best places for an historic vacation in the US.
Tyreek Duren’s two free throws with two seconds left in the game preserved La Salle’s 76-73 win over George Washington in the Atlantic 10 Conference opener for both schools Thursday night.
The La Salle Explorers will open Atlantic-10 play on Thursday night as they welcome George Washington to Gola Arena.
Chris covers the political scandal surrounding New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and lane closures on the George Washington Bridge in Ft. Lee. He talks to Christie biographer Bob Ingle, Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey, and Comedian Greg Proops.
Thousands of people lined the banks of the river Wednesday to watch the 61st reenactment of that historic moment on Christmas Day in 1776.
Much of America’s story was forged on domestic battlefields. Honor those who died for our freedom with a wartime heritage site visit.
The iconic estate has a history going back to the Revolutionary War, and was a stop on the Underground Railroad. The group that runs the site is suing a contractor over a partially completed addition.
The New York Public Library acquired what is believed to be Pennsylvania’s copy in 1896.