While two American cities have decided to remove Christopher Columbus’ name from the holiday, Philadelphia is sticking with tradition.
Officials in two major U.S. Cities this year voted to rename Columbus Day “Indigenous People’s Day” — How does that fly in South Philadelphia?
It’s never too early to start thinking about the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show. This year’s theme harkens back to the Art Deco movie palaces of the 1920s.
A company running several local charter schools is reversing the trend of removing nurses from schools.
Some of the spirituals still sung in churches today were actually coded messages
World Cafe Live celebrates ten years since the opening of their Philadelphia location.
After a settlement was recently paid to a man who’s neck was broken while he was in the back of a van, Lt. Stanford says they are looking for safer options.
The Lonely Project is a mobile website that displays tweets about loneliness.
City Council Moves Ahead With Plans To Question Whether School District Should Return To Local Control
If at first you don’t succeed…City Council is trying again for a ballot referendum that would ask city voters whether to the school district should be under local control.
Camden County officials have pointed to a marked drop in crime in Camden since the county took over the city’s police department.
The region’s largest insurer has hired a company to explain benefits to its customers.
Congregants of the Enon Tabernacle Baptist church in Mt. Airy held a donation drive Saturday to collect items to help Liberians who are struggling with the spread of the Ebola virus.
With Ebola and Enertovirus making headlines every day, it’s hard not to be concerned. A free event opens to the public later this month on Penn’s campus that will explore things like how viruses evolve and spread.
It’s been discussed for well over 15 years. Setting up a commuter rail link from Camden through to Woodbury and Glassboro, New Jersey. Now, a proposed environmental impact study has been put on hold by federal officials.
Members of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers spent part of the morning rallying outside of public schools across the city.