The $30-million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will bring 300 new or renovated homes to a half-square mile around Temple University.
Police say suspect Anthony Waters was hosing blood off one the victims when officers arrived on the scene.
Kickoff is at noon, and Americans around the world will be watching.
“People with their face buried in their cell phone or listening to music and just kind of stumbling along,” SEPTA’s Dan Walden said.
The pilot was able to land the balloon safely, and the 10 passengers were all uninjured. The pilot was trapped under the gondola.
Upper Darby police have arrested a man on rape and human-trafficking charges, after he allegedly assaulted a woman who answered a job posting on Craigslist.
A black bear that had been spotted several times around Bensalem over the weekend was caught overnight — but had to be euthanized.
Residents and business owners are living anything but normal lives as a boil water advisory remains in effect for Pennsylvania American Water customers in portions of Montgomery County.
Bucks County native and Archbishop Ryan High School graduate Ginny Doyle, who died in a horrific hot-air balloon crash Friday evening in Virginia, was remembered fondly at her alma mater on Monday.
The DRPA is holding its second of three town-hall meetings, this one tonight in Collingswood, to discuss delays caused by construction on the PATCO line over the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Parents who are behind on their child support payments can avoid jail time and other penalties if they come in to make payments or to work out payment plans.
Postal workers gather outside the distribution center in Northeast Philadlephia to protest a move by the US Postal Service to open service counters in Staples office supply stores.
An 18-year-old on a bicycle was reportedly struck by a pick-up truck Monday night in Delaware County that then fled the scene.
A boater who fell into the Schuylkill River on Monday morning was rescued, thanks to a Good Samaritan.
A Chester County man, with 7 prior DUI’s, pleaded guilty Monday to a DUI crash that took the life of a 24-year-old man. Now, the victim’s family is working with the DA’s office to get stiffer penalties for repeat-DUI offenders.