Philadelphia’s top cop is pushing for funding to help equip police officers nationwide with body cameras.
The Knights of Columbus, a Catholic men’s organization which promotes charitable works, convenes its international convention in Philadelphia this week.
A family film festival with a heavy emphasis on titles with a Philadelphia connection will be held during the World Meeting of Families the last week of September.
Your smartphone can now be your new guide to the upcoming visit of Pope Francis and the World Meeting of Families events in Philadelphia.
The one-day passes cost $10 a piece and are being sold only online through a link at the transit agency’s website.
Local Ham Radio Operators Among Those Celebrating Independence Day Weekend With Special Worldwide Event
Radio operators in Philadelphia and beyond are celebrating this Independence Day holiday weekend “hamming it up” with a special worldwide event.
Hosts for Hospitals, based in Gladwyne, maintains a network of families who offer their homes as a place for patients and family members who come from out of town for specialized care at hospitals in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Philadelphia teachers are heading for Harrisburg today to press their case for more state funding.
Amateur radio operators from throughout the region will join thousands across the country in a field emergency test this weekend.
Rita Schwartz, president of Local 1776 of the Association of Catholic Teachers, says teachers voted last night by a nearly 3-1 margin to accept the new contract.
A major U.S. flag maker, Valley Forge Flag based in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, just outside of Reading, Berks County, has decided to stop making confederate flags.
The US Secret Service, working with the Department of Homeland Security and local authorities, is in charge.
Philadelphia archbishop Charles Chaput, who is leading the delegation, tells CBS-3 that tomorrow morning he will introduce members of the delegation directly to the pope after his public audience on St. Peter’s Square.
William Madges, a theology professor at St. Joseph’s University, says it’s no accident that the pope cited the political dimensions of the debate.
St. Joseph’s University theology professor William Madges says the pope’s approval of a new Vatican tribunal to examine how bishops have responded to clergy abuse cases is significant.