A Philadelphia man whose passion for helping others to find love says if locating the love of your life is a goal that has eluded you, 2014 is the year to do it.
A physician at one emergency facility in West Philadelphia says it’s not just an increase in slips and falls: the homeless and indigent make more use of ERs, too.
Manna says it is shorthanded as it tries to maintain its pace of delivering hundreds of meals three times a day to people fighting life-threatening illnesses.
With snow coming to the Delaware Valley by nightfall, a local EMS official is reminding people who rely on medications or oxygen to make sure they have what they need before the storm begins.
US Airways is among the airlines now waiving change fees as they help their customers try to get earlier flights.
With all the holiday hustle and bustle this time of year, it’s often the car that gets neglected.
Officer Jennifer Doyle had already been an Abington police officer for eight years and says she has loved every minute of it but always aspired to be a canine officer.
State officials put the number of households without heat this winter at more than 19,000, up about three thousand from last year.
Mentoring tour guide Ben Bookman says even when the prison, at 21st Street and Fairmount, was a working penitentiary, Christmas was a special time — even for the prisoners.
There are some sections of Philadelphia that have long had scores of hungry residents, but one local church leader who serves a ten zip code region of the city’s Northeast section says this situation exists in every city zip code.
Target officials revealed that as many as 40 milllion credit and debit cards used to make in-store purchases in Target stores between November 27th and December 15th could be compromised.
Church officials have defrocked a United Methodist pastor from Pennsylvania who officiated his son’s gay wedding in Massachusetts.
Owner Stu Stern of S&H Hardware says he has stockpiled plenty of incandescent bulbs. Manufacture of 60- and 40-watt incandescents is banned in the US after January 1st.
Rev. Frank Schaefer, in dark suit, was surrounded by supporters after annoucing he won’t abide by Methodist Church rules banning same-sex marriages and won’t give up his credentials.
A growing number of fertility specialists are offering financing, but does that pose an ethical issue for the physician?