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Cat Fanciers’ Association – Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Litter World Championship Cat ShowThe Cat Fanciers’ Association, Inc.™ (CFA) was founded in 1906 as a not-for-profit association of member clubs and is the world’s largest registry of pedigreed cats.
Odunde Festival Returns To South Philly SundayThe nation's largest African American street festival takes place Sunday in South Philadelphia.
Protestors Demand Safety Hearings Following Port Richmond Train DerailmentNearly 80 protesters held signs near 17th and Market Streets outside of Philadelphia Energy Systems Thursday.
Southwest Non-Profit Seeks Volunteers To Help Shovel Snow For Seniors, Disabled As Next Winter Storm ApproachesThis winter is taking a toll on the group's small, but mighty stable of volunteers.
Simple Ways To Be Happier At WorkWork is called “work” for a reason, but who couldn’t use a little more happiness on the job?
Ready-To-Eat Foods Recalled, Sold in Pa., NJ, Del.The expanded recall includes products distributed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware that were served at deli counters at grocery stores and other retail food establishments.
Montgomery County Workers Play Special Role at One World Trade Center Site Workers at the Phillystran, Inc. plant, in Montgomeryville, Montgomery County, played a special role in the building of One World Trade Center on this 12th Anniversary of 9/11.
SPCA Removes Dozens Of Dogs From Del. County HomeThe SPCA raided a home in Marcus Hook, Delaware County Friday night, rescuing dozens of dogs from an animal rescue that authorities say was run by a hoarder.
Nine Local Companies Now Getting Cash Infusions From Investment FirmThey're investments are from an organization that aims to support jobs and the economy in the Delaware Valley.
Drop Zones: Top Spots For Skydivers Near PhiladelphiaBefore leaping into the air from 10,000 feet up and falling at about 120 miles per hour, here are some important tips to know.
Top Spots To Get Free Check-ups And Vaccinations In PhiladelphiaThe most recent Small Area Health Insurance Estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau reveals that 20 percent of Philadelphians — more than 189,000 — are uninsured, thus topping the list of counties in Pennsylvania. For them, and for the countless under-insured in the city, health care would be prohibitive were it not for the many government-funded and non-profit clinics that provide quality, low-cost medical services throughout Philly.