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.
Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son Matt spoke about his two abusive fathers at a Philadelphia conference on child abuse intervention.
It’s not even winter yet, but tickets go on sale today for a big event planned for the Delaware River next June.
Organizers say Philadelphia is one of 150 cities taking part in these demonstrations.
British conductor David Charles Abell, back in his hometown of Philadelphia to lead the Philly Pops’ “Christmas Spectacular,” toured his childhood home in East Mount Airy for the first time in decades.
Fifth- and sixth-graders at the Philadelphia Performing Arts Charter School, at 17th and Vine, got a visit from musician Paul Jost to teach them the art of “scat” and body percussion.
The entertaining Christmas Price Index looks at what it would cost each year to buy all the items in the popular carol, “The 12 Days of Christmas.”
Called “Women as Founders,” it’s taking place at Mount St. Joseph Academy. The weeklong event includes presentations from students and alumnae.
PennDOT says they will have 444 snow plow trucks ready for this winter in the Philadelphia area and they have over 100,000 tons of salt ready to go.