A new program in Philadelphia’s historic district allows children to wear colonial costumes as they tour the sites.
“It’s great — it’s great!” said one girl. “It’s a little bit cold,” admitted a second.
Beating the heat isn’t always an easy thing to do when you are a colonial re-enactor in historic Philadelphia.
Today’s hot weather didn’t stop volunteers working on a renovation project on the property of the the Chester County SPCA.
Wizard World’s Philadelphia Comic-Con kicks off this Thursday.
The SEPTA transit strike comes as roadwork takes place in several areas in the region. AAA Mid-Atlantic is offering travel tips.
As more states work on the legalization of medical marijuana, studies show that “drugged driving” accidents are becoming more prevalent especially among motorist under 25-years-old.
A national television show where contestants combine unexpected food items to make a so-called “Frankenfood” premiers later this month.
Lower Merion Community Watch partnered with the Lower Merion Police Department for training classes to increase the eyes looking for crime.
Hundreds of Point Breeze students may not recognize their schools when they return to class on Monday. About 1,000 volunteers gave some schools and a community center a make-over on Saturday.
After Ryan Fitch’s arraignment Thursday afternoon, his parents told KYW Newsradio that they planned on coming up with the required $25,000 to get him out of jail.
New York artist Roxy Paine and his crew installed a 34-foot high, 3.5 tons of stainless steel sculpture called “Symbiosis”
Philadelphia has been selected in a national competition as one of seven cities to encourage youth mentorship in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (“STEM”).
In the words of Tacony Community Development Corporation’s executive director, Alex Balloon, “Good design translates to good business.”
Memorial Day observances have been held at the Korean War Memorial for the past eleven years.