Pope Francis Appoints Local Priest To New High-Profile PositionPope Francis has elevated a veteran priest from the Philadelphia Archdiocese to a new, high-profile role.
Construction On Temple University’s New Library Ramping UpThe new three-and-a-half story library will replace the Paley Library on the main campus in North Philadelphia.
A Rainy Memorial Day At The Jersey ShoreIt was pretty much a washout at the Jersey Shore on Monday as the remnants of Tropical Depression Bonnie dumped steady rain on the resorts, prompting many visitors to head home early.
Justice Department Reviewing Chester Police OperationsChester Police Commissioner Darren Alston requested the federal examination of his department in the wake of years of incidents.
SEPTA Launches Pilot Project To Make It Easier For Suburban Regional Rail RidersSEPTA is launching a pilot partnership for the summer aimed at making it easier for riders to get to eleven suburban rail stations in the region.
Police: Suspect In Fatal Hit-Run In NE Philly In CustodyThe crash happened at Bustleton and Cottman Avenues around 12:30 a.m.
Cramp School Community Playground Opens To PublicWhat used to be worn blacktop with a deteriorating metal pole stuck in the center has been converted into a green play space outside the Cramp School in North Philadelphia.
Neighbors Come Together In Strawberry Mansion To Adopt Healthier Way Of LifeResidents of a Strawberry Mansion neighborhood gathered in Fairmount Park Wednesday for a day of activities geared toward physical, mental and emotional health.
Archbishop Chaput To Conduct 2 Private Meetings With PriestsThere is a pressing issue on his agenda.
Red Light Cameras In Philly Netted Millions Of Dollars In Fines Last YearSo, how and where will all that money be used?
State Board Revokes License Of West Philadelphia Funeral DirectorThe Pennsylvania State Board of Funeral Directors pulled the license of Blair Hawkins.
Activists Head To State Capitol To Rally For Tougher Gun Restriction LawsWith lawmakers still unable to reach consensus on a new state budget, gun background checks aren't even on the back-burner.