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.
“Our ability to watch our kids play sports at night (and) to have their classmates join them has been taken away,” says Leah Ingram, whose daughter plays field hockey.
City officials, as well as those who work to serve those who face this heartbreaking situation, gathered at LOVE Park Tuesday afternoon.
The new “Imagination Playground” has giant, soft building blocks in various shapes that children can use to build whatever comes to mind.
If the federal government shuts down, what does that mean for those who are relying on a federally insured loan and have a closing date in the near future?
John Sheridan, president and CEO of Cooper Health System, says MD Anderson is the number one cancer research institution in the world, with the most clinical trials.
Parents of children with food allergies are often in a position of having to spend more money at the grocery store than those who don’t.
Over at our sister station, CBS 3 Eyewitness News, there’s a new co-anchor for the at 5, 6, and 11 P-M shows.
The “Navigating Life after 50 Expo” was designed to bring those who provide services to senior citizens to the folks they serve.
As a Philadelphia nurse faces up to ten years in prison for allegedly helping her terminally ill father kill himself, an expert on the subject of assisted suicide is warning that the practice is fraught with legal dangers.
Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation president Meryl Levitz says there were some key factors that made this summer no record setter.