Three SEPTA police officers are now wearing body cameras attached to the microphones of their two-way radios as they patrol the transit system.
It’s called Favorites, and it’s located inside the former Stone Grille on the Blackwood-Clementon Road in Gloucester Township.
It’s a significant development that would net the financially troubled church in Philadelphia some $95 million.
A Peco spokesman reports power went out Tuesday morning, shortly after 11:15am.
SEPTA’s regional rails were back in business for the Monday morning commute, thanks to a presidential executive order that derailed a strike by some 400 locomotive engineers and electricians.
Veterans and their friends came to find out what’s available.
Youngsters who take part in Philadelphia’s After School Activities Partnership put their Scrabble smarts to the test during a competition inside the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The junior at Archbishop Carroll High School recruited them for what he called one final mission – a trip to recognize their service
Karen Quigley is a special education teacher at Gloucester County College, and owned contest-winning dog Elwood. She is starting a scholarship fund for students with special needs.
Some were Philadelphia residents, others veterans, and others simply identified themselves as people who care about clean air. Each expressed respectful opposition to a proposal by the Department of Environmental Protection to modify regulations covering certain pollutants.
Abington police say they searched the home after a phony bill was passed at Rita’s Water Ice, on Easton Road in Glenside, last Thursday evening.
Authorities confirm that a 17-year-old female passenger died Monday night in Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, in Atlantic City. Two others in the car were pronounced dead at the scene.
Many local hospitals have seen a slight dip in the money they’re taking in, while expenses continue to climb.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has a priest in Rome who’s acting as the direct link to planning and logistics for the Vatican-sponsored World Meeting of Families set for the city in September 2015.
One obstacle on the Pennsylvania side of the Walt Whitman is about to disappear.