Philadelphia will celebrate the re-lighting of four bridges along the Schuylkill River Thursday night.
Members of the celebrated Philadelphia Orchestra were in their final rehearsal Tuesday afternoon in Verizon Hall in the Kimmel Center.
You may recognize the name from the popular beer produced at its upstate Pennsylvania brewery.
At the Union League, Moyer presented the first “Legends” Award on behalf of his foundation to Hamels.
Philadelphia police commanders handed out commendation citations to more than 80 officers Wednesday afternoon during ceremonies held in the Fraternal Order of Police headquarters in Northeast Philadelphia.
It’s becoming a chronic problem, causing occasional train delays, and officials say they’re taking steps to stop it.
The move, pending PennDot approvals, would make the township the first suburban community outside of Philadelphia, to install the cameras.
The 59th annual Thrill Show is scheduled for Saturday, September 21st, on the parking lot of the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia.
Lynn McMaster, the interim president and CEO of the children’s museum in Fairmount Park says the move will not affect the day-to-day operations of the popular children’s attraction.
The protesters say the information can be fodder for finding undocumented immigrants, subjecting them to arrest and deportation.
Daniel Allen pleaded guilty in Superior Court in Camden County and now faces jail time and required registration as a sex offender when he is sentenced in December.
Today is the deadline for Montgomery county’s Register of Wills to file written legal arguments defending his decision to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of the state’s marriage law.
State housing officials came to South Jersey Thursday to trumpet plans to invest in new rental housing for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Rowan University political analyst Larry Butler says getting people out to the polls — or not — could be the key to victory.
“It was a pretty scary time in that, immediately after it happened, we really did not know what had caused it,” recalls an electric industry official at a major regional interconnect in Valley Forge, Pa.