It happened around 11:00 a.m. Sunday along the 1500 block of Adams Avenue.
Authorities say Norristown a man was killed while attempting extract copper wiring from high-voltage electrical box in Valley Forge National Historical Park.
One juror who helped return the six “guilty” verdicts against kidnapper and child molester Christina Regusters said it was “heartwrenching” to hear testimony from the victim and the victim’s mother.
The program is already available for NJT rail customers. Bus routes will be added starting September 25th.
It was originally planned as a demonstration to urge the mayor to approve the legislation, but it was recast after Nutter indicated earlier this week he would sign the measure.
Hurricane Cristobal is traveling up the East Coast, causing dangerous surf and rip currents along the way.
While the Taney Dragons are getting all of the attention for their Little League World Series run, the boys from Broomall-Newtown deserve recognition, also. The 13-year-olds won the Babe Ruth World Series.
Bucks County commissioner Rob Loughery, after reading a story to the children at the Emilie Christian Day School in Levittown, said preschool for kids is similar to planting a seed at the right time to maximize the plant’s potential.
August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, and area hospitals are kicking it off with a new initiative.
“My client vehemently denies these allegations, and he looks forward to clearing his good name,” said Brian McMonagle, attorney for Officer Thomas Liciardello.
Agents for Wilhelmina Philadelphia are looking for a star to perform on a show set to air in 2015. “Philly Kids Got Talent” took over the Cherry Hill Mall Saturday.
Among them was Dr. Joep Lange (photo), a Dutch doctor who was the former president of the International AIDS Society.
Philabundance is asking home gardners to donate any excess fruit and vegetables from their harvest.
July 4th is next weekend, but police throughout Pennsylvania are hitting the streets starting tonight to nab impared drivers.
Musicians in more than 110 countries were jamming for World Music Day on Saturday. Artists in Philadelphia kicked off summer with free performances all over the city to celebrate.