The Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society named an award after the late Karin Phillips, former KYW Newsradio Community Affairs reporter.
Organizers have announced the local service projects for the Martin Luther King Day of Service, later this month.
She is gone, but certainly not forgotten. Longtime community affairs reporter Karin Phillips, who died last month, was honored posthumously this afternoon by the city Multicultural Affairs Congress.
She was booked months ago to be a moderator for the Philabundance hunger symposium. But, it was not to be. Karin left us too soon at the age of 53. And, her loss is being felt among many community organizations on whom Karin reported.
Planting a tree or shrub for a friend, colleague or family member who has died is a simple act that can help turn some of your sadness into solace.
Karin Phillips was remembered at the Mercer Dragon Boat Festival in Mercer County Park.
Beloved KYW Newsradio community affairs reporter Karin Phillips passed away suddenly on Tuesday at the age of 53 after a brief illness.
Several members of the KYW Newsradio staff reflect on the events of 9/11. Listen to highlights of KYW Newsradio’s coverage.
Officials says the Eastern State Penitentiary historic site has become a national destination site, and they are celebrating with two new attractions.
“To maintain a sufficient supply here in our region, we need to collect on average about 1,200 units of blood per day,” a Red Cross spokesman says, “and we did not meet that goal this weekend because of Hurricane Irene.”
A local expert says social media will become even more important — perhaps even invaluable — if used properly during the passage of Hurricane Irene.
The Philadelphia Zoo’s new jaguar cub made his first public appearance on Wednesday.
A behavioral health center in North Philadelphia has a new look, thanks to a new initiative by the Mural Arts Program.
What if you’re just walking down the street, minding your own business, and one of these flash mobs breaks out around you? What do you do?
Shaheen Ayubi, a professor of political science at Rutgers University in Camden, says she doubts that Qaddafi will come back from the rebel takeover of Libya’s capital city.