A new study in a national medical journal suggests paying people to donate kidneys might increase the number of people becoming donors.
Artists, scientists and others are helping to clean and restore a 17th century Italian painting.
At Keneseth Israel synagogue in Jenkintown, concentration camp survivor Ernie Gross described his experiences during the war.
It’s called “Bikes for the World,” and the collection is taking place at Pennswood Village, a retirement community on Route 413.
Catholic high school students were honored Monday evening, thanks to the First Inaugural Maguire Foundation scholarships.
Crowds gathered on Benjamin Franklin Parkway Sunday for the 51st Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade.
Students from Villanova University will be fanning out across Philadelphia on Saturday for the 8th Annual Saint Thomas Day of Service.
Chris Mburu, a senior human rights advisor with the United Nations, spoke with Villanova students as they were about to embark on the annual “St. Thomas Day of Service.”
A police official says 23-year-old Tammeara Lowe was found in a local hospital and is in good health, but would not elaborate.
On Tuesday afternoon, someone walking in the Tookany Creek Park area of Philadelphia found Tammeara Lowe’s cell phone, pants, shirt, shoes, and socks on a rock.
Today, September 22nd, marks the end of summer and the start of Autumn or September Equinox.
Arcadia University’s International Peace and Conflict Resolution program will commemorate the thousands of victims of gun violence who died this year, it will create a giant chalk body drawing which will run for several blocks in Center City.
It happened around 1:30pm Thursday near Sylvester and Pratt Streets, in the Frankford section of the city.
Want to save a life? A country-wide effort to increase the number of people on the National Bone Marrow Donor registry is underway in Philadelphia.
Each day this week during the lunch hour, Phashion Phest will feature different designers and salons in the Rotunda.