The release of U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl by the Taliban is just the beginning of another chapter for the prisoner of war.
Gloucester Township police responded yesterday to Timber Creek High School after a staff member heard 55-year-old Michael Shaffer say he had an assault rifle in the trunk of his car.
A newly discovered meteor shower may be visible in the wee hours of Saturday morning if the weather cooperates.
The Philadelphia Water Department says work on the broken main will keep Verree Road closed for at least three weeks.
Mothers in Charge held its annual conference earlier this week. One of the exhibits included portraits of innocent children killed by violence.
The conference, with nearly 200 attendees and sponsored by the Philadelphia group “Mothers In Charge,” is titled “Law and Order or Vigilante Justice.”
Graduation ceremonies are on tap this week at universities across the city — and the list of commencement speakers covers the gamut from well-known performers to a recent grad.
Philadelphia Homicide detectives have arrested two men in connection with the murder of a West Philadelphia man five years ago.
The University of the Sciences joins more than 1,300 other colleges and universities in going smoke and tobacco free.
Jasmine Torres, 39, was a secretary at a firm in the 700 block of Allegheny Avenue which specialized in immigration-related services.
Matthew Montgomery, 27, of South Conestoga Street near Woodland Avenue, was arrested on Wednesday.
As part of the Philadelphia Science Festival, the Franklin Institute helped passersby experience “The Thrill of the Luge.”
She was the “Bonnie” in what was called a Bonnie-and-Clyde identity fraud scam which broke in 2007.
A team of medical residents from Albert Einstein Medical Center have won a national game-style contest.
The two-day conference will be a discussion on war, and the responsibilities that go along with it.