Advocates for those with intellectual disabilities testified that the language in Philadelphia’s laws and regulations needs to be modernized.
Volunteers were helping beautify Independence National Park on Saturday after the partial government shutdown left the area covered in leaves and debris.
As we approach the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy battering the New Jersey coast, the Christie Administration has set up a schedule with the Army Corps of Engineers to strengthen beach defense systems for the next storm that hits.
Developers who wanted, but failed, to place a World Trade Center just off Penn’s Landing a few years ago are now apparently looking to take the proposal across the river to Camden.
Teachers marching in the Labor Day Parade on Monday said they’re willing to bend but not break.
One local educator wants the performers at this weekend’s Made in America festival to pitch-in to help Philadelphia’s cash-strapped schools system.
If you want to put your two cents in, you can go online and fill out a quick survey on what you think your town needs.
Police say it was just after 2 a.m. Saturday when they found a man in a car that had run off the road and crashed into a tree at 33rd and Girard Avenue.
The superintendent of Philadelphia’s troubled school system says he can’t open city schools next month without another $50 million in funding.
Firefighters at Engine 78 stand ready at Philadelphia International Airport in the event of an aircraft emergency similar to what happened in San Francisco.
Hundreds of people gathered at Bright Hope Baptist Church in North Philadelphia on Sunday to honor Former Philadelphia Public School Superintendent Doctor Arlene Ackerman, who died in February of pancreatic cancer.
Prosecutors say Rayshon Carwheel opened fire when he found another man wrapping Christmas presents with a former girlfriend, the mother of his child.
The wet weather earlier this year has made it a challenge for pumpkin farmers to produce a quality crop in some areas — but Johnson’s Corner Farm in Medford has plenty of good ones to choose from.
Cooper University Hospital honored 60 graduates of a revived “Candy Striper” volunteer program who spent their summer working and learning in the hospital.
Do you want to buy large fireworks in Pennsylvania? The law says out-of-state residents may, but not Pennsylvania residents.