Barry Seymour, with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, says the one-day conference was designed to give helpful information to planners and developers of more than 350 communities around the region.
The prom boutique let more than 200 girls take their pick of new and gently used dresses.
Once the snow started coming down, people across the Delaware Valley were out shoveling, trying to keep up with it.
With another snowstorm headed our way, people are flocking to the grocery stores to get some last minute groceries.
This winter marks the fourth time in six years PennDOT has spread more than 100,000 tons of salt on area roads.
With ice taking over the streets and roadways following Sunday’s storm, officials are encouraging drivers to be a little more cautious than usual.
Middle schoolers at St. Anthony of Padua helped make heart-shaped pillows for Children at Cooper Hospital.
Some high school students in Camden who dropped out or have fallen years behind in their studies get another shot at graduation.
Keith Warren with the Sanitation Department is asking that everybody still puts their trash out at the regular time.
An art exhibit featuring work created by women with eating disorders took center stage Monday night in Delaware County. As KYW’s Justin Udo reports, the artists’ stories are just as compelling as their artwork.
After failing to sell their property for a second time, owners of the Revel casino head back to court in an effort to re-coup some money from a former potential buyer.
People pushing for a better justice system in Argentina, marched in protests around the world and even here in Philadelphia.
PATCO’s CEO takes to the rails to let riders know about the transit agency’s new train schedule that starts this Thursday.
The issue of racial profiling drew a crowd to a community center in Lower Merion, Montgomery County this afternoon. The meeting followed two incidents in which cops stopped black men who were shoveling snow.
Some Pa. State Officials Push To Tax Marcellus Shale Drilling In Effort To Raise Money For Public Schools
Pennsylvania State Senator Vincent Hughes and a number of his colleagues want to put an eight percent tax on Marcellus Shale extraction in the commonwealth.