A Busy Memorial Day Weekend At Philadelphia's Historic DistrictLines were long for the Liberty Bell and at the Museum of the American Revolution folks were reflecting on those who sacrificed and served for the freedoms we enjoy today.
Storytelling Benches Return To Historic PhiladelphiaA lot of Philadelphia's summer programming gets underway this weekend.
Philadelphia Elementary School Wraps Up Food Distribution ProgramA community school in the Strawberry Mansion section of the city wraps up a program for the school year, aimed at fighting food insecurity.
Ridley Township Police Department Reinstates K-9 Officer ProgramThanks to $30,000 in grant money, Ridley Township has been able to reinstate its K-9 officer program for the first time in more than a decade.
Simple Precautions To Keep Pets Safe During Barbecue SeasonSummer barbecues are occasions when friends and families get together. Sometimes not everyone knows what may not be good for your pets.
Philadelphia's Italian Market Holds Annual FestivalThere was Plenty to see and eat at this year's South 9th Street Italian Market Festival.
Penn Vet's Working Dog Center Celebrates Newest GraduatesPenn Vet's Working Dog Center has been producing an elite group of scent detection dogs that have gone onto all sorts of jobs
Philadelphia Kicks Off Second Annual 'Parks On Tap' ProgramA traveling beer garden will be making its way to 20 different parks in Philadelphia over the coming months.
Philly's Newest Museum Celebrates Role Of Mothers Of American RevolutionWomen of the Revolutionary War era are being celebrated this Mother's Day weekend at the Museum of the American Revolution in Old City.
Greater Philadelphia Film Office Hosting Programs For 'Showbiz Parents'If you think your child should be in the movies but don't know where to begin? The Greater Philadelphia Film Office is hosting a free upcoming event that may clue you in.
Kids Make Mother's Day Cards At Transitional Housing CenterAbout 40 children were participating in "hearts and crafts" class at the Drueding Center in Kensington.
MontCo Students Help Make Little Girl's Dream Come TrueA little girl diagnosed with cerebral palsy felt like a princess as she met, for the first time, the children from an Montgomery County school who made her dream come true.

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