New Jersey Program Lets Teens Walk In Police Officer's Shoes A new class of young recruits is about to "suit up" and work side-by-side with law enforcement in Burlington County.
Department Of Recreation Looking To Hire Hundreds Of LifeguardsThe City of Philadelphia has put out the "Help Wanted" sign. One requirement: you have to like the water.
PA Lawmakers Disagree On ACA Repeal And ReplacementPennsylvania Senator Bob Casey is criticizing republicans for what he says is a failure to come up with an alternative to the Affordable Care Act.
'There Might Be Some Hiccups': SEPTA, PATCO Brace For Winter StormSEPTA and PATCO are preparing their systems to handle the first major snowstorm of the season.
Police: Woman's Body Found Under Sleeping Bag In KensingtonInvestigators are still processing the scene.
Repairs Continue On Delaware River BridgeThe Delaware River Bridge has been closed for nearly two weeks as officials work on repairs for a fracture in one of the bridge trusses.
Retired Auxiliary Bishop From Philly Archdiocese Laid To RestBishop Martin Lohmuller, who died last week at the age of 97, was laid to rest Wednesday following a funeral Mass in the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul.
Chester County Emergency Responders Have New Tool To Help Those Who Call 911But, it requires residents to make the first move.
2017's 'One Book, One Philadelphia' Selection AnnouncedThe Free Library of Philadelphia has announced its "One Book, One Philadelphia" selection.
Thousands Of Philadelphians Ready To March For Life In WashingtonSome 4,000 people from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia are expected to hit the streets of Washington D.C. on Friday for the annual March for Life.
Oldest Living Roman Catholic Bishop In U.S. Dies At Age 97Bishop Martin Lohmuller, a retired auxiliary bishop of Philadelphia, passed away Tuesday following a long illness.
Start Your Engines: Philly Auto Show Set To Open At Convention CenterThe Philadelphia Auto Show opens to the public Saturday at 9 a.m. and runs through Sunday, February 5.