A long, ferocious winter is finally behind us, and now it’s time to get the yard primed for one of the most anticipated summers in recent memory.
The search continued Saturday for the body of a man who went missing after an accident on the Delaware River in Bucks County.
Authorities suspendend the search at sundown Friday night and will resume at daybreak.
A steady stream of fans visited the Harry Kalas statue Sunday, on the 5th anniversary of his death.
A 4-year-old boy is dead after being hit by a car in Chester on Saturday evening.
Temple University Hospital has started Philadelphia’s first ever free umbilical cord donation program.
It’s back to the bargaining table for SEPTA and Transport Workers Union Local 234 Sunday morning.
SEPTA and representatives from the Transit Workers Union took a break from negotiations Saturday after meeting for about five hours Friday night.
Agents from Independence Blue Cross helped customers sign up for a plan that works for them in Bala Cynwyd Sunday.
Dance students from throughout the region gathered in Philadelphia Sunday for the first annual Youth Dance Fest.
More than 250 students in grades 6 to 12 from several New Jersey counties competed in a science fair Saturday.
At Temple University, David and Gabby McBride were hoping they would get to spend the next several years in the same city as they continued their medical training.
Two people were hit by cars in Pennsauken Sunday. One of them died, and police are looking for the driver who drove away.
It was a great day for the Irish…and the “would-be” Irish on Sunday as thousands packed the Ben Franklin Parkway for Philadelphia’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
The call came in around 1:20 p.m. for a building under demolition at 3rd and Market Streets that had “collapsed.”