On this Labor Day, one North Philadelphia community is holding a unique event until 8 p.m. tonight, a block party that includes a book bag giveaway and free HIV testing.
With the last few days of summer vacation, children in the Delaware Valley will soon be back in the classroom. And two local experts have some practical wisdom for parents of children headed back to school.
School begins again in just about two weeks and one local expert says now is the time to start getting your children out of summer mode and refocus them for school.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued new guidelines for food manufacturers. Foods that are labeled “gluten-free” can no longer contain more than 20 parts per million of gluten.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the companies that federally insure the majority of the nation’s mortgages, are relaxing their FICO score requirements, sometimes as low as 620.
Students at the Overbrook School for the blind are working on some apps to help them read.
As Congress decides whether to add money to the nation’s highway trust fund, President Obama will visit Delaware later today to see a damaged bridge.
Planning to fly soon? You better book those flights this week because tickets purchased next Monday will cost you more.
Owners are not permitted to change the exterior in any way but can remodel inside to their hearts content.
Philadelphia hotels have taken a hit recently as room occupancy is down. Officials know exactly why this happened and they’re confident this is temporary.
Given the recent collapse of several row homes in the City’s Cobbs Creek neighborhood, local experts want to make sure homeowners know what to look for before a collapse happens.
The City of Philadelphia receives so many 911 medical calls, that dispatchers run out of medic units to cover them.
The annual tradition involving one of the most enduring symbols of this country’s freedom took place Friday.
Chairman Department of Pediatrics at Abington Memorial Hospital Dr. Steven Shapiro says the statistics are staggering.
Teens from all over the city gathered at Temple University Wednesday for a unique conference. It was designed to keep them focused on the future.