“Bebashi” was formed in 1985 to serve the growing number of African-Americans in Philadelphia infected with HIV or AIDS, but it has grown to develop programs serving the area poor.
Mayor Nutter was highlighting the economic benefit of the weeklong celebration for America’s 237th birthday.
“The Girl Most Likely,” also starring Annette Bening, is scheduled to be released July 18th.
As the final steel beam was hoisted into place atop the 15-story, environmentally friendly building (complete with underground garage), officials were pleased to report that construction is proceeding on time.
Some were accusing the Pennsylvania Department of Health of complicity in the alleged crimes. Others were calling for a ban on all abortions.
The room, in Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union on Sproul Road in Broomall, Pa., is designed to teach area schoolchildren important life lessons about money.
“I feel like we are Rocky Balboa,” said Sam Woodward, president and chief executive officer of Horizon Lines. “We are back!
The Rosenbach Library and Museum will become part of the Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation.
“Back On My Feet” helps homeless members of the community re-engage in society through the sport of running.
The show-and-tell teaches children why doctors and nurses do the things they do during health exams or sick visits.
“It becomes white noise, and then one of the problems then can be that individual gets up and turns it off,” Dr. Ana Pujols McKee said.
“To meet a recipient is huge — it is surreal,” notes Linda Moyer (left), the donor’s mother. “It has continued our healing, and we’ve become friends. We’ve come to understand through faith that this is a plan.”
By Michelle Durham WARWICK, Pa. (CBS) – A Bucks County Ice Rink wants parents to take a proactive, rather than reactive approach, to ice hockey injuries — concussions in particular. So they are offering a […]
The public health professors conducted a three-month study of childhood eating habits at a North Philadelphia school. Children were permitted to serve themselves at lunchtime.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and officials at Cooper University Hospital in Camden are working to make sure the public knows what to look for.