The Philadelphia International records building in Center City will soon be no more.
The city of Rome is turning 2,768 years old and Penn Museum is marking the occasion with a birthday celebration featuring gladiatorial bouts.
According to the poll, 52 percent of registered New Jersey voters think Menendez should leave office, versus 39 percent who think not.
A four-year-old boy is dead and a mother and young child critically hurt after two separate hit-and-run incidents in Philadelphia.
Expect lane closures along the Vine Street expressway in the early morning hours in Center City Tuesday.
Online pre-sales began early this morning, with shipping starting later this month. And now, you can make an appointment at select Apple stores to test them out.
The program addresses the growing problem of pedestrian injuries and fatalities.
It’s called “Second Nature: Junk Rethunk” — a series of animal-inspired art sculptures on the grounds of the Philadelphia Zoo, all made out of recycled materials.
Philadelphia’s 18th annual Cherry Blossom Festival is underway, with a number of events this week at several venues celebrating Japanese culture.
Friday marks the 70th anniversary of the famous escape.
The temporary exhibit, called “Escape!,” features rarely seen artifacts such as confiscated “shanks” (homemade knives), handcuffs, and books of mug shots.
The goal: to save money and not have property owners pay too little or too much for property taxes.
If you own a dog in Philadelphia, it is required that you pay $16 a year for a license. But not everyone is complying.
Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia is expected to draw millions of people to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in September.
The city’s most vulnerable dogs are getting the medical help they need thanks to Penn Vet’s Shelter Dog Specialty Medical Treatment Project.