Jeannine Lisitski is executive director of Women Against Abuse. She says Goodell’s comments were welcome.
The first ever “Peace Conference at Pennswood Village” is today.
The “Triumph of David,” a 12′-by-20′ painting believed to be by artist Pietro de Cortona, is being examined by radiographic imaging.
“It is our smartphones, it is Black Twitter, it is NetRoots, it is all of us,” said Temple University professor Chris Rabb. “It does not belong to one man, one person, one corporation, to one industry. It is ours.”
Nurses at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Delaware County are protesting “bad faith bargaining” by the hospital.
US Senator Bob Casey says he is endorsing a bill that would require one nurse for every 750 students.
16-year-old David Zamarin has started a crowd-sourcing campaign to fund not his first, but his second company.
With the number of hungry and homeless in Kensington up, there’s more of a need for food pantries and other crucial services.
Miguel Mendez has had a drug conviction against him dismissed because the officer involved, Brian Reynolds, was among six indicted by the FBI in July.
There are many obituaries on Joan Rivers on the Internet, but rarely does one mention her more than 20 year stint at QVC in West Chester.
Beginning today, SEPTA is eliminating “Pay as you Exit” fares at the last station still offering it — 69th Street Terminal.
With more acceptance of same sex relationships, the need for bathouses seems to be declining.
The Pointman Soldier’s Heart Ministry is filing a lawsuit in federal court, demanding that the city appoint a director of veterans affairs for the County of Philadelphia.
Anorexia, bulimia, and other eating disorders will be discussed this afternoon at a hearing designed to provide more information to parents and children about the problems.
Delaware Transportation officials reopened the northbound lanes of Interstate 495 Saturday over the Christina River in Wilmington, Delaware