So far, the Philadelphia region has seen 14 snow falls this season. As a result, many counties and municipalities are having a tough time keeping rock salt stockpiled. But many local hardware stores are facing the same problem.
Penndot spokesman Charles Metzger says the agency already has workers out, getting ready for the next snowstorm, which is predicted to hit us on Sunday evening.
The navy battleship, which is dedicated to the passengers of United Flight 93, here in Philadelphia until March 4th.
With temperatures rising into the mid 50′s, Saturday seemed more like a spring day than one of those snow-filled, blustery cold winter days that many in the Delaware Valley have become accustomed to dealing with.
Villanova University has already canceled school seven times this semester due to the weather.
Two Philadelphia police officers were being treated for injuries they received during a fight with a suspect who was in custody at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Many businesses along Main Street didn’t bother to shovel their sidewalk, let alone open their doors. Other shop owners were eager to open.
Twenty-four hundred baseballs, 1,200 bats, and a slew of other spring training necessities were all loaded up on a 53-foot equipment truck headed to Clearwater, Fla.
A local organization opened its doors Sunday for homeless people across Philadelphia to come in and watch the Super Bowl and have a few snacks.
The anticipated snow on Monday, much like the many other storms this winter, is keeping road crews very busy.
Students at the Philadelphia High School for Creative & Performing Arts are singing praises to the donors who are helping make this years performance possible.
Katie Wilkinson won a pair of Super Bowl tickets in a Red Cross promotion for blood donors. She’s getting married on Saturday; the game is Sunday.
The Philadelphia region was hammered by 14 inches of snow just days after Center City Restaurant Week got underway. So just how much did the weather affect business?
The statewide program is dubbed “Pre-K for PA: All Children Ready To Succeed.”
A federal agency is issuing regulations aimed at making it easier for the government to shut down bus and truck companies with a pattern of safety problems.