Ritchie Webb, president of the Neshaminy School Board, has announced he’s stepping down.
Some teens are turning to the grocery store to get drunk, buying cooking wine.
Filipino-American organizations in the Philadelphia metro area are mobilizing to send aid to the Philippines in the wake of the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan.
Police called off a manhunt following an armed bar robbery in Montgomery County, though they did not immediately apprehend the suspects.
More than 41 million kids will stock up on sugary sweets tonight, and some area dentist’s offices are enticing kids to trade in some of that candy.
Compassionate Care Foundation is tucked back in an industrial park in Egg Harbor Township. No walk-ins are allowed; it’s by appointment only.
The Philadelphia Cycling Classic, the bike race made famous by the climbs up the Manayunk Wall, received some good news this week.
The government shutdown was especially hard on people who don’t work for the government, but were still affected by the federal shutdown.
Parents began the process Monday of transferring their children to other schools after Solomon Cyber Charter School closed its doors.
A letter to parents signed by the Inglewood elementary’s principal has the subject line, no Halloween Parade or Celebrations.
Carlos Rivera, 25, is facing several charges in the murders of 35-year old Atlanta Deveney and her son, Elijah Rosado.
Thanks to tax incentives, Philadelphia-based retailer Urban Outfitters is planning an expansion that could add a couple of thousand jobs at the Philadelphia navy yard complex.
Cheltenham School District announced they’ll have to close the cafeteria dining area and two adjoining classrooms at Cedarbrook Middle School.
A bit of good news at the pump, as gas prices have been falling. But how far will they go?
Penndot spokesman Charles Metzger says it’s a busy stretch that carries about 34,000 cars a day.