Archbishop Charles Chaput is traveling with Gov. Corbett and Mayor Nutter for what he calls a factfinding mission and a bid to make a personal pitch to the pope.
Archbishop Charles Chaput, the spiritual leader of more than one million Catholics in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, was principal celebrant of a mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, on Logan Circle.
SEPTA has taken a beating in its ridership and budget because of the harsh winter weather the past two months.
Representatives from 120 employers from across the region and beyond gathered résumés and spoke with students face-to-face about co-op positions and fulltime jobs as they approach graduation.
Aston, Pa., will be the site of the USA Curling national championships, beginning March 1st.
A new slogan is emerging in the Greater Philadelphia landscape – it’s “P-H-L: Here for the Making.”
On the heels of historic ice storm that left many homeowners without power for nearly a week, Thursday’s storm is knocking out power for many customers in region.
With a big storm on the way, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia was encouraging the faithful — especially senior citizens — to reflect on whether making the trek to church Thursday morning would be safe.
Both School District of Philadelphia and archdiocesan schools in the city will be closed on Thursday, February 13th, because of the impending snowstorm.
PennDOT crews have their plow blades prepared and are getting ready to load the trucks with road salt to handle the impending storm.
Speaking to a crowd at 30th Street Station, Biden was effusive in his praise of the “Cities Sprinter” high-tech locomotive, the first to be added to the passenger rail fleet in more than 25 years.
Longtime residents of Westfield Drive came out at daybreak to inspect the damage. They saw trees blocking streets and driveways.
For the first time in history, Punxsutawney, Pa. will battle with the Super Bowl for worldwide attention.
New Jersey State Police say that traffic deaths were lower in 2013, especially in South Jersey counties, than they were in 2012.
Even though Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles won’t be occupying the sidelines for this Sunday’s Super Bowl, many local football fans say they’ll be watching the game because it’s tradition.