Villanova students couldn’t help but pause at the hundreds of t-shirts comprising the “Memorial to the Lost,” each with the name and age of a victim.
The holiday shopping frenzy is underway — but some children are hoping that instead of a fancy gift under the tree — you’ll choose to spend time with them instead.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says his company envisions being able to deliver small packages within 30 minutes of your purchase if you live close enough to one of their warehouses.
Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers says safety is the greatest gift you can give, and taking a minute to show your family how to escape the house in case of fire makes all the difference.
The Thanksgiving holiday is a joyous one, but it can also be a dangerous one.
As the winter season approaches, local officials want to remind parents of small children that the clothing they put on their child can make all the difference in the effectiveness of their car seat.
Janet Chestnut (second from right) was nominated by staff members at Mercy Life.
“We actually are using wireless technology to determine the speed of the car,” says city chief traffic and street lighting engineer Richard Montanez. “And then, based on that, we trigger the red light.”
Several residents are part of a “green team” with an eye toward environmentally friendly recommendations to management that have resulted in thousands of dollars in savings and as they’ve only just begun!
These ladies are considered ambassadors of the baseball organization and need to be skilled in handling themselves at charitable events as well as on the field at Citizens Bank Park.
The program, called “Aging at Home — a Community Network,” is a partnership between the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and the Visiting Nurse Association Community Services, in Abington.
November is Prematurity Awareness Month and the March of Dimes issued their report card grading the United States on the number of pre-term births.
The Israeli consulate is Philadelphia may or may not be marked for closure, but local officials including Mayor Nutter are pulling out all the stops to make sure it doesn’t.
“Besides all other investigative methods, we put a signboard out on Ogontz Avenue that asks people to call our tipline if they have any information concerning this accident,” police chief John Norris said.
Halloween is a time honored tradition in many Delaware Valley neighborhoods, but for children with nut allergies it can be a difficult holiday to navigate.