College Courses Offered To Students At Camden Charter SchoolSenioritis will probably be a thing of the past for students at the LEAP Academy in Camden.
Legislation In Texas Could Help Philly Host NFL Draft In 2018Next month, lawmakers in Texas will vote on a bathroom bill similar to the one in that's in place in North Carolina that does not allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice.
Philly Kicks Off Disability Pride Week With Flag RaisingIt's Disability Pride Week, a time to recognize Philadelphians with disabilities.
Project U-Turn Revamping To Help More Local Students GraduateThe city of Philadelphia renews its commitment to help young Philadelphians graduate high school and pursue higher education.
Officials Offer Advice On Avoiding Rip Currents This SummerRip currents at the Jersey Shore are causing a major concern for lifeguards and beach-goers.
Reactions Throughout The Philadelphia Region On Comey HearingMany people throughout the Philadelphia area, experts and otherwise, shared their thoughts on former FBI Chief James Comey's Senate testimony.
Philadelphia Futures Graduates Celebrate SuccessSome Philadelphia high school students who are beating the odds, celebrate taking the next step toward success.
SEPTA Announces Launch Of 9th Annual Stop Hunger At Your Station CampaignSEPTA wants to derail hunger in the Delaware Valley, and the transit authority is moving in the direction to do just that.
City Gears Up For Immigrant Heritage MonthPhiladelphia will observe the month by hosting an array of cultural learning activities and events.
Soccer Tournament Helping Unify Philadelphians Who Come From Across GlobeFrom September through November, Philadelphia residents who come from near and far will represent their native lands and as they compete in the second annual Philadelphia International Unity Cup.
Philly Students Learn From Cast Of 'Motown'Actors from the award-winning musical "Motown" shared some stage and life lessons to Philadelphia school students.
South Philly High School Students Get Big Reward For Work In ClassroomTareeq "Black Thought" Trotter of the Roots surprised dozens of students at South Philadelphia High School Wednesday with tickets to his music group's 10th annual festival.