The Boston Marathon bombings have Philadelphia making security enhancements for its marathon on Sunday.
Axel Barreto was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences for the murder of three teens last year behind his Juniata Park home.
There were four contest winners: a rabbit, a cat, and two dogs.
Three breeds newly recognized by the American Kennel Club will make their competitive debut later this month when the National Dog Show comes to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
It is called “Franny” and it stars Richard Gere, Dakota Fanning and Theo James.
About 300 US Airways passengers complained that they were left unattended in the terminals for long periods of time or missed connecting flights when assistance was needed to get from one gate to another.
Even though it’s that time of year to fall back an hour, an area watch repair specialist says always go forward when changing time on certain types of watches or you could cause some expensive damage.
Mexican Day of the Dead celebrates life of the person who has died.
The Brooklyn Flea market, which was taking place every Sunday for the past four and a half months in Northern Liberties, has pulled out of the City of Brotherly Love.
The American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania chapter is hosting five days of disaster training courses here in Philadelphia, among those classes is how to care for a pet in a disaster.
Drexel University’s student produced TV sitcom gets a special airing on a Philadelphia commercial television station this weekend.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania chapter of the Red Cross invited members of the South Philadelphia-based Red Paw Emergency Relief Team to its disaster training institute.
It’s a 15-passenger, open-air tour bus of sorts, where pedal power gets you to popular pubs and historic sites.
Shapiro was part of the management team that created the all-news radio format, in 1965.
Proposed changes at Girard College next September have been pushed back a year.