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To mark what is called Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, area agencies are putting out their lists of some of the more dangerous roads for those age 65 and older.
December 28th is the date that the federal unemployment compensation program, started during the peak of the recession, is set to expire.
“During the last two years, we’ve encountered the normal things you find underground in a very old city,” notes Center City District president Paul Levy.
The salmon may have been fat at this center city sushi restaurant, but the servers were being deprived of thousands of dollars in tips.
Tracey Jordan of Southwest Philadelphia (left) says auto shops are popping up all over that section of the city — on residential blocks.
A spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection says it’s unusual for such bad air quality this time of year.
One week after former chairman Bob Kerns was charged with drugging and raping a female employee who worked at his North Wales law firm, committee members will come together to choose a new chairman.
Police in Wilmington say two women have been shot after they were caught in crossfire while sitting on a porch.
Ritchie Webb, president of the Neshaminy School Board, has announced he’s stepping down.
With the booking of major conventions on the decline, the Convention Center board has hired the firm SMG, based in Conshohocken, to take over operations, replacing paid staff.
Pennsylvania State Police have released statistics for this year’s Thanksgiving travel period in the Philadelphia area, which again proved deadly.
Philadelphia police and fire medics are practicing for the unthinkable: An active shooter opening fire in a mall or office building.
‘Tis the season for entertaining. And one local event planner has some tips on how to plan a holiday party everyone will enjoy, including the host.
An animated princess is nothing new on the toon landscape. But “Frozen” defrosts two princesses for the price of one.
Troopers downloaded images and videos, and say the IP address led them to Kenneth Hamilton Jr., a special education teacher at Phoenixville Middle School.