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Newer models that use GPS technology to keep track of the location of the wearer, inside the home or out, are being tested in Philadelphia Family Court.
Eagles fans these days may be hesitant to buy jerseys of their favorite player, for fear that Chip Kelly may cut or trade him.
Reporters at the conference table just grabbed their gear and bolted.
Police and residents in Philadelphia’s Mantua neighborhood got together to play some basketball in an effort to help build community relations.
Defense attorney Michael Farrell has filed a motion to suppress the confession that his client, Jason Smith, gave to detectives.
Therefore, New Jersey’s ban on the alleged “junk science” practice remains in place.
The new school building is being built on a long-vacant stretch of land at Fifth and Market Streets.
Fourth and fifth graders asked the questions of candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for Philadelphia mayor in the May 19th primary.
PPA officials want to move ahead with an app that allows you to pay for parking with your smartphone, but the mayor fears it will adversely affect school district funding.
Anthony McGriff, 50, is charged with murder and possessing an instrument of crime.
Twenty-five years ago this week, Federal investigators were trying to figure out how and why a Market-Frankford El train jumped the tracks near 30th street.
A Philadelphia truck, The Cow and the Curd, was among the winners at the festival’s first stop, Washington, DC.
The Office of LGBT Affairs was created by Mayor Nutter, but LGBT leaders fear that a future mayor might decide to kill it. So they’re backing a plan to change the city charter and make the office permanent.
The long-awaited Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao has finally arrived, but boxing fans in the Philadelphia area are split as to whether or not it will live up to the hype.
The first of May brings the return of the Children’s Discovery Garden and Boat Pond at Sister Cities Park on Logan Square.