Seniors from Freire Charter School made some noise with a noontime march, in celebration of their impending graduation and more.
The plan involves planting new supports down into the bedrock under the river bed, using powerful jacks to level the span, and, in some cases, removing and replacing the structures immediately under the bridge surface.
The signing, this Friday at 11:30am, hosted by the Central Parkway branch of the Free Library, on Logan Circle, is already sold out.
One of the simplest things you can due to increase safety in a vehicle is buckle up, yet a study finds teens have a list of excuses for not doing it.
It’s the first ever Dog Jog at Reeves Park in Phoenixville, raising money for The Spayed Club which offers low cost pet spaying and neutering.
It’s now only a matter of time, but no longer a matter of money, before many suspect interrogations by Philadelphia police detectives are recorded by camera and microphone.
Catholics across the Archdiocese of Philadelphia are dealing with news of a round of parish mergers announced over the weekend.
Saturday marks the 125th anniversary of the epic 1889 flood in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and a Pittsburgh University professor’s new novel brings it to life.
Among Philadelphia’s Memorial Day observances was one at the Korean War Memorial in Old City.
One of World War II’s most notorious naval disasters is the subject of a new book by one of the few men who survived it.
You can take a stroll through Philadelphia of decades past in a new book that sprung mostly from its author’s collection of old postcards.
Warmer weather provides more outdoor opportunities, not only for you but your dog, yet not everything is tail-wagging good.
A conference call by the Pennsylvania Medical Society connected experts that included Pennsylvania physician general Dr. Carrie DeLone, who says that while MERS has a 30-percent mortality rate, not everyone with a cough has it.
A cartoonist whose strip “Pearls Before Swine” runs in the Inquirer is out with his second book about a kid detective who might just as well be called a kid deFective.
Septa has broken ground, ceremonially, on a $1.4-million bus loop improvement project in the Allegheny West neighborhood.