Rare, World War II-era planes are on display now through Sunday at Northeast Philadelphia Aiport.
Among the award winners was a woman who has fostered 126 children in her home over 43 years, and adopted five of them.
A Chester County service dog group is holding a picnic later this month to celebrate its 25th Anniversary.
Four baby falcons being raised in a nest on the tower of City Hall were banded today by the state wildlife officers.
U.S. Army Corporal Robert Higgins of Philadelphia will be among those honored at the Society Hill Memorial on Monday.
“We want to check the puppies before a huge effort is spent in training,” explains Dr. Gus Aguirre.
The Adopt a Police Motorcycle fundraiser is off to a good start. The nonprofit PPF has raised enough money to purchase two Harley Davidson’s. Twelve more are needed to be replaced aging Philadelphia Highway Patrol motorcycles.
The science of gross things is explored at a new exhibit opening today at a Philadelphia museum.
Some people in center city Philadelphia were surprised this afternoon when they were told lunch was free.
The latest, “Gorilla Treeway,” is an elevated, 300-foot outdoor passageway where the great apes can hang out and play.
KYW’s John McDevitt reports alternate service plans have been put into place for more than 12,000 weekly riders.
“The energy intensity of this — I mean, trains jackknifed — something incredible, almost like a big bang, occurred there,” notes Dr. Joseph Martin, a professor of civil engineering at Drexel University.
A spokesman for Beneficial Bank notes that customers will not be responsible funds missing from their accounts.
‘Words At Play.’ That’s the name of a vocabulary initiative launched Saturday for pre-kindergarten kids in socioeconomic disadvantaged neighborhoods.
At the school’s Liacouras Center, on North Broad Street, some 9,000 students received degrees.