3 Years Later, 10-Year-Old Stroke Survivor Has A Field DayThree years ago, a 10-year-old Marlton boy suffered a stroke. Thanks to the doctors at CHOP, he's back to living a normal life.
Cape May Residents Get First Taste Of New, Improved McDonald'sHave a seat and wait for your food to arrive, that's the new way of doing business at McDonald's restaurants.
South Jersey Man Found Guilty Of Torching Ex-Wife's Home, Injuring FirefighterBret Henderson was convicted of arson and aggravated assault for injuries suffered by a firefighter battling the blaze.
Camden Students Sleep Outside To Support Homeless YouthLife is hard for the homeless. It's a lesson students in Camden learned first hand as they slept outside in boxes Friday night to raise money and awareness for Covenant House.
Arraignment Set For Philly Cop Accused Of Dumping Emaciated Dog In Trash BagArraignment has been set for a Philadelphia Police Officer accused of animal cruelty.
Golf Lessons Helping Recovering Addicts Stay CleanIt's part of the county's plan to fight addiction with sports.
Spruce Harbor Park Set To Open With Several New FeaturesOne of Philadelphia's most popular outdoor attractions, the Spruce Street Harbor Park, opens for the summer on Friday with a few big changes.
Over 5,600 Pounds Of Veal Produced In Pa. Recalled Due To E. Coli ContaminationA Souderton-based meat distributor is recalling 5,600 pounds of product believed to be contaminated.
Haason Reddick Returns To Camden Middle SchoolIt was a hero's welcome as Haason Reddick entered gym full of cheering students at Camden Promise Charter Middle School.
Scavenger Hunt Helps Fund Future In Technology For Kids In Philly"Coded by Kids" teaches students everything from basic computer coding to advanced software development.
Mayor Kenney Gives City High Praise For Draft Success: 'I'm Proud Of Them All'All 253 picks of the NFL Draft are in the books, and Mayor Jim Kenney is thrilled with the way everything turned out.
Mayor Kenney Opens City Hall To Philly's Black LGBTQ Community For PartyMayor Jim Kenney opened the gates to the courtyard at City Hall Saturday so members of the black LGBT community had a place to party.