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Hundreds of runners were hoping to knockout a 50K run through the streets of Philadelphia on Saturday.
It happened just before 2 a.m. Saturday in the parking lot of the Moodswing Niteclub in the 3400 block of Kirkwood Highway.
Police are searching for the gunman who shot a taxi cab driver and then fled in the cab early Saturday morning in North Philadelphia.
A New Jersey senate committee cleared a measure this week that tightens laws against harassment over the Internet.
The Urban Youth Mentoring Program held its 11th annual “What It Takes” symposium before a standing room only crowd at the African American Museum this week.
“You’re gonna travel back in time and experience life on the western front for the Battle of Schmidt, which took place in the fall of 1945,” says Beth Beatty, the executive director at Fort Mifflin.
Fire commissioner Lloyd Ayers gave a demonstration of how to properly slice the base off a freshly cut Christmas tree.
Aboard the Battleship New Jersey on the Camden waterfront, a ceremony was held that included one of the dwindling number of remaining Pearl Harbor survivors.
A Homeland Security grant of nearly $200,000 is paying for the emergency buttons that, when activated in the event of a threatening person, will send an alert directly to the 911 center.
The report has ten key recommendations that the task force believes could help the city save between $66 million and $121 million over five years.
Temple University says it is cutting seven sports programs in 2014, including baseball, women’s rowing and softball, among others. Nine coaches will lose their jobs.
Khusen Akhmedov has admitted that he played a role in a Medicare fraud of more than $1.5 million.
The nonprofit Philadelphia Children’s Alliance is purchasing a mobile camera, tripod, and a laptop computer thanks to a grant from the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
If Congress fails to extend a tax benefit that is due to be slashed in half at the end of this month, it could mean higher commuting costs for many who use mass transit.
Seven needy patients were receiving valuable holiday gifts at Rothman Institute in Bensalem: free knee and hip surgeries.