City Prepared For Convergence Of Penn Relays, NFL DraftThe city acknowledges there will be inconveniences, with the Penn Relays and the NFL Draft happening this week.
Danny Rocco Enjoying First Spring In Charge At DelawareThe University of Delaware football team is more than halfway through spring workouts as they prepare for their annual spring game which is set for May 6th.
Movie Review: 'Free Fire'If an endless parade of bullet wounds sounds like satisfying cinematic stimulation, then 'Free Fire' hits the target dead-on.
Verizon Rolls Out Near-Gigabit Internet Speeds In PhiladelphiaVerizon says it's 20 times speedier Internet "than what most people have today."
Pa. Lawmakers Mull Expanded Access To Post-Conviction DNA TestingA Philadelphia man who spent 25 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit was the star witness at a state Senate hearing on expanding access to DNA testing for people already convicted of crimes.
Trial Begins In Shooting Death Of Mother, Boyfriend In AmblerA double-murder trial is underway in Montgomery County for a man accused of shooting his mother and her boyfriend, point-blank, as they slept inside their Ambler apartment last summer.
Philly's Dad Vail Regatta Gets New SponsorThe Dad Vail Regatta has found a new patron to replace the Scottish investment firm that sponsored it for the last seven years.
22 Arrested After Police Raid 'Pot Party' In FrankfordIt was billed on social media as a "Philly Smoke Session." The location: a warehouse in the 4500 block of Worth Street. And at 8 p.m. Friday, police stormed in.
Philly Officer Among Unsung Heroes Recognized For Helping Protect ChildrenOfficer La'Tonya Bey-Gore is modest about her work in a juvenile diversion program that keeps kids out of the justice system.
Rutgers-Camden Students Get Peek At What It Took For World To Go DigitalA symposium at Rutgers-Camden gave several dozen participants a chance to go back in time, when the digital age was just dawning.
Thousands March Through Philadelphia Showing Support For The SciencesThe event, which took place in more than 600 cities around the globe, was billed as a "political, but nonpartisan" protest.
Temple Hospital Invites Community To Help Celebrate 125th AnniversaryThe Ontario Street lobby and courtyard will be transformed into a medical carnival of sorts for Temple University Hospital's Health Fest.