A huge expansion is planned for the aviation museum at the old Willow Grove Naval Air Station, one that sponsors say would turn it into a major attraction for the region, drawing a million visitors a year.
Inside the anchorages on either side of the Ben Franklin Bridge — long-forgotten trolley stops that were never put into service.
Tony Auth — A Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist who worked for the Philadelphia Inquirer for more than 40 years — has died.
The Hartsville Fire company was filled with those who knew and loved Officer Brad Fox Sunday.
It happened around 11:00 a.m. Sunday along the 1500 block of Adams Avenue.
Scores of former players from a now defunct youth athletic team from North Philadelphia reunited this weekend to say thank you to the man who founded the group more than 45 years ago.
The African American Museum of Philadelphia opened a new exhibit this week that makes a haunting comparison between the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and modern day sweatshops.
On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wayne Hotel, in Wayne, Pa., is now a modern, newly restored hotel with a long history.
A Philadelphia city councilman wants to slash in half the amount of time that you can leave an RV parked on a neighborhood street.
For all the pain, one expert says things in Atlantic City are not as bad as they seem.
One lawmaker this past week reluctantly tabled a measure that her colleagues feared would upset Harrisburg.
A Philadelphia lawmaker wants the city to wield a bigger hammer against stores that sell BB guns to minors.
Lest No Good Deed go unpunished, let’s cut to the chase: No Good Deed is one bad movie.
There was a traditional Hawaiian blessing for the team’s new OC6, an outrigger canoe which seats six paddlers. The crowd was invited to touch the vessel, and then there was a celebration with fire and hula dancers.
Authorities say Norristown a man was killed while attempting extract copper wiring from high-voltage electrical box in Valley Forge National Historical Park.