Philadelphia Welcomed Pope Francis 1 Year Ago TodayThe pope came to Philadelphia to celebrate the closing of the World Meeting of Families event.
Rutgers-Camden Student Group Encourages Professors To Provide Free TextbooksA student organization on the Rutgers-Camden campus is encouraging professors to buy-in to the concept of free books for their students.
Heavily Used Exit Ramp On I-95 To Shut Down For 9 MonthsPennDOT's Gene Blaum says the ramp will be closed for nine months for reconstruction.
Environmental Centers Join Forces To Raise Awareness On Protecting Delaware River WatershedMead says the river has come a long way, but there's more to be done to protect it.
Ham Radio Operators Reach Out To Public For Help In Project To Benefit Wounded WarriorsBob Josuweit is president of the Holmesburg Amateur Radio Club and is helping to coordinate the project.
Delco College Not Giving Grades To Incoming FreshmanSwarthmore College freshman are taking their classes this semester on a pass-fail basis only.
PennDOT Now Controls Outdoor Advertising Along Key CorridorBut don't look for the big digital display at 8th and Market Streets to disappear anytime soon.
Next Phase Of Work To Begin On Connecting I-95 And Pa. TurnpikeCrews are preparing to start another phase of the construction project that will connect Interstate 95 with the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Bucks County.
Police Charge Phila. DA's Girlfriend With Slashing Tires On 2 City Owned VehiclesForty-seven-year-old Stacey Cummings surrendered Sunday to face charges of criminal mischief and possession of an instrument of crime.
Longtime Philadelphia Priest Takes On New RoleBishop Edward Deliman was ordained as the 27th auxiliary in the history of the archdiocese.
'Questionable Spending' Found In Review Of Former Philly Mayor's FundsPhiladelphia’s city controller is alleging a former high-ranking Nutter administration official misused tens of thousands of dollars.
Baby Rescued From Hot Car Outside Target In BensalemIt happened outside the Target store on Rockhill Drive shortly before 3:30 near the Neshaminy Mall.