United States Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez stopped through Camden, New Jersey on Thursday to tour a job training facility that works with youth in low-income communities.
It’s an event that offers something for people of all ages and many who took part said they couldn’t think of a better way to spend a lazy summer Sunday.
The two tech giants are in Philadelphia facing off for some of the best talent in the area.
Whalen says they are doing this by improving the 30,000 square feet of retail space and building 123 new town homes.
Union members working for Verizon in nine states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, have voted to authorize a strike, if necessary.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia held its third annual Best Friend’s Bash Wednesday night.
It’s a series of programs, rebates and financial incentives designed to help customers conserve energy and save money.
Many people throughout the Delaware Valley are finding fun ways the whole family can beat the heat.
The Philadelphia Housing Authority will no longer allow smoking outside of designated areas in their public housing developments.
On Wednesday, some folks in Philadelphia took a stand for the citizens of Greece who are facing some very tough economic times.
Harper Lee’s sequel to the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” hits bookstores Tuesday.
Authorities say 49-year-old Mark Chamberlain of Media, Pa. had pornography depicting children as young as five years of age.
Stacie Dabolt with the Animal Welfare Association says their mobile unit gives low cost and sometimes free vaccines, as well as spay and neutering procedures.
Vancouver, Canada is a long way from Philadelphia, but the U.S. Women’s soccer team has a lot of enthusiastic fans here — and that’s helping bar owners in the city score big.
Officials say they hope to implement the pop-up concept in other pools around the city.