With another winter storm in the works, all eyes are on the roads, mass transit and the public utilities.
The Chester County Emergency Operations Center was activated at noon Sunday, much earlier than usual for a storm like the one expected the Philadelphia area.
For many people at the Flower Show, this is the winter that can’t go away soon enough.
CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Sunday March 2, 2014:
Montgomery County Community College received a national award this week for creating successful programs that resulted in higher rates of completion for students of color.
Two state Senators are collaborating on proposed legislation to shake up Pennsylvania’s system of state-owned universities.
The New Jersey Supreme Court will hear arguments Monday in a case that has gotten national attention.
More than 50 Philadelphia students will hit the slopes today for free — thanks to a West Philadelphia non-profit that works with inner city youth.
The state Harness Racing Commission has lifted its suspension of racing dates at Harrah’s track in Chester.
The arrest highlights the dedication and determination of a veteran officer on the Camden County police force.
The union that represents Philadelphia Public School principals has reached a tentative agreement on a new contract that contains what the union chief calls “serious concessions.”
A sea of people filed into the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing on Saturday to observe the commissioning of the USS Somerset, a Navy ship named in honor of passengers of Flight 93 who died in the September 11th terrorist attacks.
So far, the Philadelphia region has seen 14 snow falls this season. As a result, many counties and municipalities are having a tough time keeping rock salt stockpiled. But many local hardware stores are facing the same problem.
Relief from this unusually tough winter arrived Saturday with the opening of the Philadelphia Flower Show to the public.
The Germantown Historic Society opened a new exhibit this weekend titled, “Kidnapped: Lost and Found.” It tells the story of the abduction of a 4-year-old boy from his front yard in Germantown, 140 years ago.