The AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates more than a half million Philadelphia-area residents will travel 50 miles or more away from home over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Two months ago, Dr. Michael Ross was diagnosed with colon cancer. This weekend, he’ll run the Rothman 8K.
Angela Navarro, 27, has a husband and two children, all of whom are US citizens. But she is not.
An eight-month-old seal being cared for at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine leaves Sunday for its new home.
A study is being conducting regarding the future of a new public transit system in the Borough of New Hope.
The third annual “Thinkfest,” sponsored by Philadelphia magazine, is a daylong discussion of ideas, innovation, and the future of Philadelphia.
For many new mothers and fathers four babies all at once could cause a bit of an uproar. The male lion at the Philadelphia Zoo is slowly getting adjusted to his new family.
Cali, a two-year-old Spanish water dog, has qualified to compete in the world championship of “Dock Dogs,” in Dubuque.
Delaware Valley College received the $250,000 grant from the Clemens Family Corporation, owner of Hatfield Meats, to help build a new swine science center.
The National Dog Show, hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, takes place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center on November 15th and 16th.
The temporary closure is designed to allow city Streets Department crews to safely make repairs to the roadway, curbs, sidewalks, and walls along MLK Drive.
PennDOT Secretary Comes Into Town With Check To Support “Philadelphia 30th Street Station District Plan”
PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch in from Harrisburg for the announcement of $2.5 million to support transportation, commercial development community opportunities at at around 30th Street Station.
Today was graduation today for some special dogs who will go on to do some special work.
The Trasnsport Workers Union Local 234 represents SEPTA bus drivers, subway and trolley operators. They’ve been working without a contract since March.
Eighty-four years ago, artifacts were placed into a tin box and placed behind the building’s cornerstone.