U.S. Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey is skeptical of a proposal by the International Air Transport Association that would reduce the size of carry-on luggage allowed on a flight.
These young men and women are about to embark on an unpredictable and sometimes dangerous journey, with the mission to serve and protect.
The exhibit, called “Vatican Splendors,” will be on display at the Franklin Institute starting September 19th.
At today’s event, they had the chance to play against kids from other schools, with some prizes on the line.
About 70 freshmen at West Philadelphia High School were honored for their completion of the Teen Outreach Program.
Cameron Powell, who plays “Zazu,” said the actor must bring both human and animal qualities to the puppet’s performance.
A South Jersey teenager is showing those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and their families she cares.
“Beyond School Walls” is different from most Big Brothers-Big Sister programs because it works with highschool-aged students instead of young kids.
The suspects in the shooting death of Philadelphia police officer Robert Wilson III waived their right to a preliminary hearing.
The ATF and U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia announced the arrest of 12 people and they’re seeking four more in connection with an 18 month crime spree from 2012 to 2014.
Cheerleading could soon be recognized as a varsity sport by the NJSIAA after a bill supported by a Burlington County senator passes a senate committee.
Uber is helping Philadelphia residents today with their spring cleaning, while also supporting charity by picking up people’s unwanted clothing and dropping them off at various Goodwill locations across the Delaware Valley for free.
More than 17 million children in America suffer from a mental illness, and many of them are untreated, according to Valerie Oulds, a program manager with the city’s Department of Behavioral Health.
After receiving the second-ever Girl Scouts Centennial Award, the tennis legend encouraged the young ladies in the room to find their own voice.
While there are no credible homeland security threats relating to the vans, authorities want find these them as soon as possible.