The production is called Cinema Drive. It uses 3D video and interactive questions to teach teens the dangers they will face behind the wheel.
Tollefson, who is diabetic, was taken by sheriff’s deputies to Doylestown Hospital to be checked out.
Forbes Magazine says the annual summit — which debuted in Philadelphia — will make the City of Brotherly Love its home for the foreseeable future.
If your New Year’s resolution involves running, cycling or walking, there’s an app for your phone that might help maintain the motivation and raise money for charity in the process.
Barb Stebulis, of Ivyland, Pa., says she bought two roses for that float: one for her son, killed in a car crash in 2008, when he was 22, and the other for his heart recipient, Darrin.
“I’m sad now, but I don’t have a choice,” says Won Song, who has run Superior Shoe Repair, in the 100 block of South 15th Street, behind the Union League, for 32 years.
The dog, a four-year-old, long-haired dachshund named “Ollie,” has been missing ever since the Sunday night incident.
41-year-old Fitzgerald is celebrating word that he’s won a spot at the starting line for the 2015 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii in October.
The race for Pennsylvania governor was one for the record books… and for the history books.
The restaurant will stay open for breakfast and lunch. The hotel will close its doors in June to prepare for the transition.
Cherry Hill Police are investigating multiple pick pocket cases and subsequent frauds that occurred in recent weeks.
Diane DeBarri is now CEO of the Kintock Group, a nonprofit organization that runs halfway houses and other services.
Some agree and others disagree views with Sony’s decision to pull the film.
In Camden, a “die-in” was held in front of the courthouse. A Philadelphia group blocked traffic on Broad Street.
Drivers needed cash today at Philadelphia parking kiosks, which refused to take credit or debit card payments.