Plenty more salt is stock piled just in case Old Man Winter has a few more tricks up his sleeve, but where does all that salt come from?
Another winter blast blanketed the region Saturday with a modest covering of snow, but it still caused some problems for area residents.
A counter-terrorism expert and La Salle professor says he would go, but wouldn’t send his family.
Seven Philadelphia narcotics officers have been relieved of their duties as part of a federal corruption investigation.
According to a published report, a 16-year-old boy who is a straight-A student at Mathematics, Civics & Sciences Charter School suffered a ruptured testicle during a patdown by police at 15th and Girard on January 7th.
“It’s going to release a lot of water all at once when it goes,” says one local tugboat operator.
A blanket of ice covered the region early Sunday morning, causing all sorts of problems for commuters.
A pile of snow sparked an argument Friday that eventually led to the arrest of a man who lost his cool in the Overbrook Park section of Philadelphia.
A massive fire last Labor Day weekend destroyed a meat processing company’s distribution center in Burlington County.
Sunday’s high temperature shattered the previous record 64 — and people throughout the region found different ways to enjoy the surprisingly warm weather.
This was Cathedral Kitchen’s tenth — and largest — graduating class.
Penn Museum opened its doors Sunday for the University’s 18th annual World Peace Day — one that’s intended to expose visitors to different cultures of the world.
Sales of up to 50% off are the main draw at the Cherry Hill Mall for yet another Black Friday.
At times on Sunday, the date on the calendar matched the number on the thermometer and even the wind speed — all were 24.
The Roxy Theater at 20th and Sansom re-opened under new ownership Friday.