The Transplant Games of America continued in Houston Sunday with several events.
UArts faculty member Josh Lawrence is among the performers at the eighth annual Lancaster Avenue Jazz and Arts Festival, coming up Saturday, July 19th, 2014.
A directive from acting state Attorney General John Hoffman extends the minimum hold time — which had been 90 days.
By Mike Dunn PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – With the School District still in dire financial straits, the city’s Revenue Commissioner says her department’s effort to collect a little-known tax that benefits the schools is paying off. […]
The link between poverty and bad health outcomes is well-known, but the solution may lie in better listening skills.
Local civil rights groups announced this week they are withdrawing support for the long proposed bill.
Governor Tom Corbett’s strategy of dealing with the legislature is being scrutinized after his decision to veto part of the new state budget riled leaders of his own party.
“BenePhilly” centers are a major piece of Philadelphia’s anti-poverty effort.
A new method of treating aggressive brain tumors is being used at the Capital Institute for Neurosciences.
The 22nd annual Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival is underway.
The announcement of Trump Plaza’s plans to close in mid-September is just another blow to Atlantic City’s largest casino workers union.
Folks in the Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion neighborhood spent Saturday improving their community garden.
Several hundred members of Team Philadelphia are competing in the Transplant Games of America in Houston, Texas today through Tuesday.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has transformed a vacant lot on South Street near 15th Sreet into a lush, shaded, pop-up garden.
Radiologists and an air traffic controller by day. Progressive rockers by night. That’s the story of the Philadelphia-based band Shadow Merchant.