A new exhibit at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology shows ordinary objects from the site of the former World Trade Center in a moving display about September 11th.
Dozens of South Jersey kids will get to show off what they did in summer camp by putting on a free concert this weekend in Camden.
A new structure is going up in North Philadelphia that will allow fruits and vegetables to grow longer, thereby providing more fresh produce for those who need it.
The NABJ was started in Philadelphia in 1975, so Philadelphia, as the founding city and this year’s host city for the convention and career fair, is really putting on the show.
Zoo officials and visitors applauded as “Storm,” a red-capped mangaby from West Africa, became the first primate to travel “Treetop Trails.”
Winners of a regional Job Corps cooking competition showed off their skills Tuesday at a free cooking demonstration at Reading Terminal Market.
The Camden County Boys and Girls Club has launched an initiative designed to get kids to school this fall, and keep them there.
Hundreds of musicians from across the country are in Philadelphia this week for the annual convention of the National Association of Negro Musicians.
There was lots of enthusiasm as campers from the Vare Recreation Camp in West Philadelphia jumped into kayaks and “water swans” — some of them for the first time in their lives — to paddle around the Delaware River Marina.
The Belle’s operators have not released any details, but an employee reached by phone at the operator’s offices in Virginia has confirmed the cessation of operations.
The West Philadelphia Skills Initiative is connecting three universities and two health systems with entry-level jobs they need filled, and partners with the community to find those who can fill them.
As part of its many programs designed to help people with difficulties become independent, JEVS Human Services operates 32 group homes that give people with emotional and intellectual disabilities a chance at independence.
Kids at a suburban summer camp for children with disabilities and chronic illnesses are finding ways to keep cool this week.
Restoration work has now been completed on the exterior and gardens of the landmark Rodin Museum, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 22nd Street.
A Montgomery County-based organization that helps families become self-sufficient is asking for the public’s help in supplying the families with the things they need.