“It’s a slow process,” notes Lower Makefield police chief Kenneth Coluzzi. “We still have a little over a hundred residents out of power.”
Saturday is National TV Safety Awareness Day, but it’s not about watching too much television.
A La Salle junior will spend this weekend in Lincoln, Nebraska at a convention specifically for female math majors.
There’s a bold new tool to help those getting out of prison make the transition to law-abiding citizen.
Health commissioner Mary O’Dowd says the medical community is often prone to “siloing” when treating cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, stroke, and other conditions.
Helping widows cope with the gaping hole in their life is the goal of a group that grew out of heartache.
The wave of baby boomers hitting retirement poses a challenge to society, but also to each boomer, summed up with “All right, now what do I do?”
A Philadelphia church hosted an event Monday that offered free flu shots as well as help signing up for Obamacare.
In an effort to help senior drivers stay on the road longer, and safer, AARP has retooled its Smart Driver course.
A study by a couple of college professors finds that less is more in terms of “making” kids read.
By John Ostapkovich PHILADELPHIA (CBS)–A Philadelphia Museum known for its anatomical displays has helped expand our knowledge of a deadly disease. An article in the “New England Journal of Medicine” pinpoints the strain of cholera […]
Bottom line: his image has been dinged but not totaled.
Charles Plosser, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, admitted that December’s jobs number was a disappointment, but he says the long-term trend is positive
Jenoff was one of two men hired by Cherry Hill rabbi Fred Neulander to murder his wife, Carol, so Neulander could carry on an affair.
Malcolm X remains both a famous and controversial figure, 49 years after he was assassinated yet a new book presents what may be a fresh take on the activist: his childhood from the perspective of his daughter.