Because the summer season brings the highest demand for power in the region, area electric companies already are planning for big spikes in usage.
Six young and successful men got together in 1812 in a cake shop near 3rd and Market Streets to launch their endeavor.
Revelations that the Justice Department secretly got the phone records of reporters from the Associated Press in an attempt to track government leakers and whistleblowers has sent shockwaves across the world of journalism.
Police say they’ve recovered footage from cameras along the 200 block of South Street where 36-year-old Tom Watson, also known as DJ Fenicx, was shot and killed as he was moving his equipment to his apartment.
“This is a place where you can find extraordinarily hip and avant-garde and brand-new art being made right next to some amazingly traditional painters and sculptors,” says the school’s dean.
Dr. Keith Laskin, medical director for Main Line Health’s Celiac Center at Paoli Hospital, was among the main presenters during the event.
McFadden served as president of Cardinal O’Hara High School, and was extensively involved in the archdiocese Office of Catholic Education.
“Spy: The Exhibit, The Secret World of Espionage” opens Saturday.
Former Delaware County Congressman Bob Edgar, who had been serving as president of the Washington D.C.-based good government group Common Cause died Tuesday morning in his home in the Watergate area.
Police are going over video that detectives recovered in the neighborhood.
They came from city schools, Philly suburban schools and even South Jersey to see the dress rehearsal of Opera Philadelphia’s production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” at the Academy of Music.
Sister Maureen Paul Turlish is active in the Philadelphia chapter of Voices of the Faithful, a national organization which represents nuns in the US.
Police commissioner Charles Ramsey held a press conference to announce that during an audit conducted last week the department learned that one of the 1,356 M-16 rifles given to the PPD by the federal government in 2009 is unaccounted for.
Sally McCabe, project manager for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s “Garden Tenders” program, says gardeners can begin putting in their cool season crops now.
The dancers’ performance and the sounds of the bucket-drum ensemble, known as “Rumble,” were part of an arts awareness program being promoted by the University of the Arts.
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