Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Bob Casey is seeking support for a bill that he is sponsoring in Washington that would provide more funding to prevent crime committed by young people.
Thousands of Muslims from throughout the country are visiting Philadelphia this weekend for the 33rd annual Riyaadah Games at St. Joseph’s University.
Many residents and people who work in the city are starting to think about how they will get around when Pope Francis is in town.
Businessman and philanthropist Steven H. Korman was honored with a special designation by MANNA today for his continued support.
Management spoke about how the gambling hall has been a responsible neighbor in Fishtown while keeping more than 1,200 jobs in the city.
It was on this date, 239 years ago, that residents of the colonies heard the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence, bringing the high-stakes rebellion into the spotlight.
A Dodge Journey van was the first wheelchair-accessible vehicle (WAV) to hit the road since 50 new WAV taxi medallions were sold by the PPA.
Officials are warning people not to drink and drive, on the roads or on the water.
Work continues to turn on electricity in South Jersey and some people are getting impatient.
Persistent power outages continue to make life difficult for more than 200,000 people around the Delaware Valley and South Jersey.
It was an early Father’s Day gift Friday morning for dads in West Philadelphia as a school opened early to serve breakfast.
“Discovering the Impressionists” is a breathtaking display of works by Monet, Renoir, Manet, and others.
Swimming and playing in the Love Park fountain is not allowed, but those rules are loosely enforced on days like this.
The magical, yearlong ride for the Taney Dragons continues, as the Little League baseball team was being honored with the prestigious John Wanamaker Athletic Award.
An attorney representing Amtrak derailment victims says word that the train engineer wasn’t talking, texting, or using data on his cell phone leading up to the crash raises more questions.