Some sat in lawn chairs, others on blankets and many just stood waving the American flag while they listened to the patriotic sounds of Peter Nero and the Philly Pops.
A suburban Philadelphia collector believes he has a rare copy of the Declaration of Independence made through a 19th Century printing process that damaged the original.
The Welcome America bandwagon keeps rolling. Sunday’s events promise to satisfy almost any appetite.
Mark Dixon, history columnist for Main Line Today, has collected stories in the Hidden History of the Main Line, Delaware County and Chester County, one book devoted to each.
“Ride the Ducks” are back in business in Philadelphia this summer, but they’re loading passengers at a different location because of complaints from a federal judge. Council members signed off on the move Thursday.
Whether Sarah Palin will run for the White House is still a secret, but we at least know that she is confident she can beat President Obama if she runs.
Pack a basket, grab a blanket and some friends, and head outside for a picnic at one of Philadelphia’s many green spaces.
A group of grade school students visiting Philadelphia’s historic district got a real life lesson on Friday about the US government and the possible government shutdown.
If the federal government does shut down on Friday, some of Philadelphia’s top tourist attractions will be closed to the public.
Even though there is scaffolding on all four sides of Independence Hall for the restoration of the icon’s tower, visitors will still be able to pose for photos on the mall with the image of the building in the background thanks to decorative panels being put into place this week.
Fire dispatchers in Philadelphia say a man was found dead after a fire in a room in a hotel just off Independence Mall.
Located along the mall, visitors can see everything from the Liberty Bell to the Betsy Ross House to the National Constitution Center.
The US Court of Appeals has ruled that the National Park Service’s nationwide policy requiring permits to leaflet at the parks violates the First Amendment of the Constitution.
by KYW’s John McDevitt A multi-million dollar renovation project is scheduled to begin July 12th on the water damaged tower of Independence Hall.