Because of its proximity to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, the National Park Service is getting involved in the project.
State rep Ed Neilson (at lectern in photo) said he’ll look forward to being closer to his Northeast Philadelphia home and his family if he wins.
Hundreds of Phillies fans took a swing Saturday at a chance to sing the National Anthem at an upcoming baseball game.
In an age where art programs in schools are threatened because of budget woes, an art show is celebrating the work of nearly 300 students from Montgomery and Bucks counties.
Starting April 19th, the market will be back, but outside and across the street, in a parking lot at 8th and Market.
Forty-four Drexel students will attempt to break the record for the largest “Rube Goldberg”-style device.
A federal judge has ordered no more food service at Pennsylvania funeral homes.
The “Philadelphia Fashion Incubator” is a yearlong designer-in-residence program that provides the participants workspace, guidance from industry professionals, and essential resources needed to run a business.
You’ll be able to log on and monitor a pregnant mare who was artificially inseminated and witness the birth of a special foal.
His name is Motuba. He’s 29 years old and weighs 432 pounds.
A public wreath laying ceremony was held at the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier in Philadelphia’s Washington Square Park on Saturday commemorating George Washington’s 280th birthday.
An old city museum is looking for outstanding teachers to honor and nominations are due in less than two weeks.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has quarantined two barns at the racetrack after one of the horses tested positive for equine herpes virus type 1 on February 15th.
Icons from world destinations were attached to colorful tissue paper on a stretch of windows, giving it a stained-glass effect.
Real estate experts say homes in the Logan Square neighborhood range from around $400,000 to $2-million and most properties don’t stay on the market very long.