Snow fell across the region Friday night, causing many problems, in some areas more than others.
In a message through a local high schools PTO newsletter, the principal of Freedom High School urged parents to stop providing kids with alcohol.
The Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to an $850,000, one-year contract with third baseman Kevin Frandsen.
For much of his career in the Phillies farm system, right-handed pitcher Tyler Cloyd was NOT a name you heard thrown around when the discussion turned to the top prospects in the organization. Safe to say, that is no longer the case.
For a second straight game, Ryan Howard will be an IronPig.
Dom Brown is playing well at Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
The state Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered that special elections to fill six vacant Pennsylvania House seats – including four in the Philadelphia region — be held on the day of the Pennsylvania primary.
By Kate Bilo PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Today was certainly the calm before the storm – lots of sunshine and blue skies, but it was COLD outside! If you look on Live Mega Doppler 3 this […]
The trend and the path of this system continue as before except a bit more cold air might be pulled in sooner. That would tend to increase the snow totals a little.
The Phillies have officially announced that centerfielder Shane Victorino has been activated off the 15-day disabled list.
Ocean Spray is closing a plant in Burlington County and crossing the river to Pennsylvania. It’s a big economic blow and those who depend on the plant for their livelihoods are understandably concerned about the future.
If the Philadelphia region gets heavy ice accumulation, the power company is expecting significant power outages. By significant, officials mean about 50,000 customers could lose power in the Lehigh Valley and Poconos.
With Pennsylvania facing tough budgetary times, the size of surpluses that state lawmakers keep on hand was once again the topic of debate this past week as a legislative audit panel released its annual report.
Finding things to keep your preschooler happy and entertained is nearly a full-time job. Luckily, Philadelphia is up to the challenge and offers plenty for the preschool set!