The historic Doylestown Inn has gone through many changes since it first opened, on State Street in Doylestown, in 1902.
It looks like the recent string of snowstorms will continue Sunday night and PennDot and NJDOT are ready for the worst.
With the temperature expected to dip below freezing, work is underway to keep the roads ice free.
One Book, One Philadelphia kicked off its annual push of reading, literacy, and libraries.
City Council President Darrell Clarke says council has every intention of working with Mayor Nutter this year.
A roundtable discussion was held Thursday to call for the School Reform Commission to approve more charter schools.
Next week will bring yet another city council debate over the controversial idea of mandatory paid sick leave in Philadelphia, and the sponsor of the plan now says he has the votes needed to override what could be a third veto by Mayor Nutter.
Eyewitnesses say Shay Wharton was repeatedly punched in the face after her backpack accidentally bumped a man on the crowded Route 15 trolley.
Microsoft had some tricks up its sleeve at an event Wednesday to unveil Windows 10, which comes out later this year.
A man convicted of sex trafficking young women – from Philadelphia to Atlantic City and elsewhere – tried to explain his actions at sentencing, and did himself no favors.
The issues include sick leave and the mayor’s final budget, but it may be the coming May primary that dominates the next few months.
Those out there shoveling snow this winter should do so with caution.
State officials are now taking a hard look at whether the city-owned utility should speed up the replacement of aging gas mains.
PennDOT crews are bracing for more icy conditions on the roads though the overnight hours.
“Anything from historians, curators, administrative positions, executive directors at the various museums and theaters — really anything that falls under arts and culture,” says John McInerney of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.