Students at Villanova University are back in class today for the first time since last week’s ice storm knocked out power to the campus.
This survey comes during the coldest month of January in a decade.
Philadelphia’s favorite son turns 308 today, with several celebrations planned in Old City.
The case involves two women who were legally married in 2005, when they lived in Massachusetts. But when they moved to Pennsylvania in 2009, their marriage was not recognized under state law.
The company that manages the power grid for the Philadelphia region says things are returning to normal.
Philadelphia city officials joined forces with volunteers working to protect the most vulnerable population — the city’s homeless — from the frigid, potentially deadly cold snap.
The first snowfall of the new year is already on the way, and crews have been preparing since New Year’s Eve.
The group, Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship, calls it a “leadership issue” caused by the university’s trustees.
Thomas Bergstrom says his client could be out of prison as early as Thursday, or as late as sometime next week, as they coordinate Msgr. William Lynn’s appearance before a Philadelphia judge.
If you’re hoping to get a tax deduction on your 2013 income taxes, today is the last day to make that donation.
If your New Year’s resolution is to start running, why wait ’til morning? You can do a 5K run at the stroke of midnight.
Tickets for Saturday night’s Eagles’ playoff game will go on sale to the general public Tuesday at 12 noon.
It’s been a quite a year for the Harleysville man, who completed 140.6 miles of an Ironman triathlon….twice.
According to the FAA, due to low clouds and fog, some arrivals were seeing delays averaging about 30-minutes.
An Atheist group protesting a Christmas sign in a South Jersey town is offering a reward after someone tried to light their billboard on fire.