New Treatment Could Be Game Changer In Fight Against Bed BugsThe first thing you should know is that pesticides and chemicals found in stores are unlikely to work.
Charity Football Tournament Helps Provide Food For Families In NeedTouchdowns and giving thanks: that's what the 3rd annual Turkey Games are all about.
PAL Event Teaches Philly Teens How To Prepare For Life As AdultsNavigating adolescence to adulthood is hard enough. Factor in growing up in poverty with parents who aren't always there, and boys in Philadelphia can feel like the deck is stacked against them.
Valley Forge Casino Does Away With Membership FeeNew gaming regulations means the end of casino access cards at Valley Forge Casino.
'One Book, One Philadelphia' Selection AnnouncedThere's one book staff members at the Free Library of Philadelphia thinks you should read.
City Officials Installing Cameras To Make Schuylkill River Trail SaferThere have been a handful of assaults along the Schuylkill River Trail in the past couple of years. City officials are working to ensure it doesn't happen again.
Camden School Holds Food Fundraiser To Help With Hurricane Relief In Puerto RicoA good portion of the student body at LEAP Academy Charter School has ties to Puerto Rico.
4 Philly Sheriff's Deputies Heading To Puerto Rico For Hurricane Relief EffortPuerto Rico needs help, and four members of the Philadelphia Sheriff's Office with ties to the island are leaving for a three-week relief effort.
'This Is My Dream': Northeast Philly Middle School Soccer Team Gets To Play Like ProsAbout 70 students from Baldi Middle School spent their morning Wednesday on the pitch, playing games and doing drills led by Philadelphia Union staff members.
Future In Question After Crushing Defeat For USA SoccerThe US Men's National Team lost a World Cup qualifiying game to Trinidad and Tobago. It's a big setback for American soccer.
Pennsylvania Officials Urge Residents To Take A HikeGet out there and walk. Bring a friend or three if you want. That's the message from Delaware County Councilman Dave White.
Tree Company To Pay Record $95 Million Fine For Employing People In Country IllegallyA suburban Philadelphia company that trims trees around power lines throughout the United States will pay a record fine after pleading guilty in a scheme to employ people in the country illegally.