The Korean War Memorial at 2nd and Dock streets was the site of a ceremony today honoring not just Korean War dead but also those who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Of course, if you’ve stepped outside today, you’ll probably get it in a hot second (heh, heh) – the classic “Heat Wave” by Martha and the Vandellas. And that’s exactly what we’ve got going on this week – our very first heat wave of the season.
A holiday heat wave has moved into the region prompting an excessive heat advisory until 9 p.m. tonight.
Dozens of people marched through Laurel Hill Cemetery in East Fairmount Park, yesterday, laying wreaths on the graves of Civil War soldiers in a re-creation of Philadelphia’s oldest Memorial Day ceremony.
The meaning of this holiday weekend is often lost to the sand and the surf — or to the sizzle of the barbecue. For more than a decade, a Delaware County native has been trying to change all that.
The USDA has revised its cooking guidelines for pork; you no longer have to cook it to 160 degrees.
The true meaning of Memorial Day seems to be fading into the distant past, according to the president of the Philadelphia Korean War memorial.
Doylestown is gearing up for tomorrow’s holiday celebration featuring the oldest Memorial Day parade in the country and a service remembering the members of the military who gave their lives fighting for our freedom.
Chef Evan Seplow offers suggestions on how to impress your guests with items that may be already in your fridge — including beer — which apparently is good for more than just drinking.
Residents in Doylestown, Bucks County are doing more than just having cookouts this Memorial Day weekend; they are taking the time to remember those men and women who sacrificed everything and gave their lives for our freedom.
The ceremonial key used to unlock the door to summer is a tradition at Ocean City. The real key to success in Ocean City is people.
Humorist Al Dukes offer a few tips for the Memorial Day weekend.
It was a beautiful morning in what’s expected to be a beautiful weekend down the shore.
Twenty American cities including Philadelphia are celebrating “Navy Week” this week, and community service is a big part of the celebration.
There’s so much to do in the Philadelphia area this Memorial Day! Check out some of the best Memorial Day events and parades happening in the PA suburbs this year.