There will be a number of bus detours around the course, so getting there could also be a challenge for spectators.
A small group of older breast cancer survivors are happy to take a back seat to The Race For The Cure with their neighborhood walk through Port Richmond the Sunday after Mother’s Day.
More than 5,000 high school athletes from 140 cities are in Philadelphia for the world’s largest and oldest scholastic rowing competition.
Not only are the Rockin’ Docs brilliant, they’re also talented musicians.
A group of early childhood education advocates organized a “stroller parade” on Independence Mall Saturday afternoon to draw attention to the importance of learning before kindergarten, especially among children from low income families.
An 11-year-old Haddonfield boy is working his dream job as town crier for the historical Indian King Tavern.
The Penn Relays attract some of the world’s most accomplished sprinters, and they say running in front of the crowd here is like nothing else on this side of the Atlantic Ocean.
There were more than 20 chefs, both amateur and professional, competing for a trophy and bragging rights, but the big winners were the guests who carried their spoons from crock pot to crock pot.
The tourist attractions in Franklin Square are officially open to the public once again — a sign that spring is right around the corner.
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards are tonight, and this is a good year for the Grammy’s, according to Ivan Barias, president of Philadelphia’s Recording Academy chapter.
Private Doctors on Cooper’s Heart Institute Advisory Board were allegedly paid to refer patients to Cooper’s heart center.
Stephen Johnson, 23, was gunned down in the 1700 block of Venango Street, about 3:30am, during an argument.
The Mummers are taking the next couple of days to perfect their performances before Tuesday’s extravaganza and the public is invited to watch.
For Italians, Christmas Eve means the Feast of the Seven Fishes.
There is no lack of opinion on the NRA’s plan from both sides of the debate.