Amy Jones (second from left) is director of health and social services for the Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Association Coalition, based in South Philadelphia.
“Felix was abducted from in front of the Reading Terminal by two Philadelphia police officers, handcuffed, and eventually dropped off at Love Park,” says Evan Shingles, an attorney representing Felix Wilkins.
“There’s no definitive answer as to why the numbers have dropped,” Philadelphia Police Spokesperson John Stanford said.
Septa officials are beginning an ambitious capital improvement project to repair century-old bridges that provide a base to parts of the Media-Elwyn regional rail line.
“Single and Searching” is designed to provide women with the support they need while they continue their quest to find the perfect partner.
A physician at the University of Pennsylvania has been awarded a $50,000 research grant from the Breast Cancer Coalition and Pennsylvania residents had a hand in making this gift possible.
A Stafford Township woman was in court Friday after New Jersey officials seized her pet bobcat, Rocky.
The cancellation was prompted by customer feedback and a heated debate on the chain’s social media page.
An increasing number of area realtors are discussing the importance of “staging” the homes of their clients to make the surroundings more appealing to prospective buyers.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is sponsoring a unique forum that brings health care providers together with experts in the LGBT community.
Normally, real estate agents advise those selling their home to have it up by St. Patrick’s Day to capture the best buyers in the spring market, but this year there aren’t as many for sale signs up.
The facility that handles calls locally is operated by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and serves the entire Philadelphia area.
A local health care expert stopped by an Abington based continuing care community to educate seniors on the changes they will experience as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
They are hiring for a variety of positions on the spot.
Penn Medicine and Crozer Keystone Health System were the first to share data with patient consent.