Published reports seem to indicate a growing trend of physicians across the country are scrambling to sell their private practices to hospital systems. Is that happening here?
Director of History makers for Historic Philadelphia Doug Thomas is in full costume portraying Major Samuel Nichols.
The concerts, organized by the Center City District, are held in parks or public spaces.
For one family it was a moment of tremendous pride, as George Drew was promoted to batallion chief — a post that his father, also George Drew, held until his retirement.
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The founder of the fledgling “Girls With Guns” chapter in Montgomery County hopes to get together with other women often at a local gun range to share their mutual interest in firearms.
Anyone who has adopted a child or participated in fertility treatment is painfully aware of the steep costs involved. Many couples are coming up with creative ways to finance the building of their families.
Bernard Harris flew two missions for NASA, in 1993 and 1995, then developed a foundation that sponsors Temple University’s free, two-week Summer Science Camp on the campus of Gwynedd Mercy College.
Dr. Nicholas Taweel says flip flops and other casual shoes can lead to injury. “Tendonitis, plantar fasciitis and it flares up arthritis.”
The occupant of the 12th-floor apartment was reportedly slightly hurt while trying to clean up the remnants of the broken window.
“Individuals or non-profit organizations or corporations have to get in touch with us and then what we are able to do is change the color of the lights for them,” Barry Bessler said.
Firefighters at Engine 78 stand ready at Philadelphia International Airport in the event of an aircraft emergency similar to what happened in San Francisco.
“It means very transformational things for our school,” says Brother Richard Kestler. “We’ve been able to look at things we never would have been able to look at in the past.”
While those affected wait to see if Congress will take action, officials at Delaware Valley colleges and universities are offering some advice to students seeking loans.
“Anger, frustration, feeling like there is a lack of consideration for our children,” Linda Lewis said.