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.
With a countdown of “3-2-1…,” soapsuds exploded from a container, covering those gathered on the steps of the Franklin Institute.
John Hanson, chief executive officer of the Delaware River Port Authority, says removing the truck and its load of kiwi fruit was a huge undertaking.
Hundreds of children were showing their smarts and their creativity at a history competition being held, today and tomorrow, at the National Constitution Center.
From observances at memorials honoring Irish immigrants to a pint a local pub, thousands across the Delaware Valley were marking St. Patrick’s Day.
The Philadelphia Streets Department hosted it’s annual rally for hundreds of block captains through the city on Saturday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Saturday, March 14th (3/14), is International Pi (3.14…) Day, a day to celebrate all things mathematical.
Hundreds of veterinarians from across the country are attending a three-day, continuing education conference in center city, run by the University of Pennsylvania’s school of veterinary medicine.
Ireland’s Ambassador to the U.S. Honors 2 Philadelphia TV Stations For St. Patrick’s Parade Broadcasts
The Philadelphia-based Irish American Business Chamber & Network held its annual ambassador awards, honoring businesses and individuals.
Today, outside Independence Hall, Sestak held up a pair of military-issue boots as he said, “While I don’t know all Pennsylvanians, I intend to walk in their shoes.”
Today, a ceremony was held at Drexel University’s College of Medicine, where two breast cancer research programs are benefitting this year from the refund checkoff program.