Presidents Day is next week but this week there’s some hands-on history taking place this week at the National Constitution Center.
February gives you lots of reasons to celebrate pecans.
You probably pass by works of art honoring famous people every day in this area, and many of them you know. But there are others…
Temple beat George Washington 55-53 on Wednesday night.
Temple will look to make it two straight Atlantic 10 wins on Wednesday night when they visit George Washington.
Top 10 Week of Sept. 28, 2012 1. St. Joseph’s Prep (Record: 3-0. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 3.) 2. La Salle (Record: 4-0. Previous Week: 2. Weeks Rated: 5.) 3. Downingtown East (Record: 4-0. […]
It’s now called the “Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent.”
Here’s a local hiking-biking getaway that gives you an overnight option.
The new exhibit highlights the importance of religous freedoms to the founding fathers.
“Technically speaking, (this is) the oldest presidential home that’s still standing today,” says National Park Service park ranger Matt Ifill.
On this President’s Day, the National Constitution Center has several events planned to entertain and educate.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams weren’t just Presidents, they were also great gardeners.
Langston Galloway scored 18 points and keyed a decisive 21-2 first half run as Saint Joseph’s held on for a 73-66 win over George Washington on Saturday.
St. Joe’s looks to stay hot against George Washington.
The “Washington’s Birthday Encampment and Pilgrimage” is the oldest continuous scouting event in the world.