Once the Fralinger string band realized their props were not destroyed by Monday’s South Philadelphia warehouse fire, they focused their fundraising efforts to assist the families who were not as fortunate.
A shelter-in-place order that was issued Monday morning for residents in Paulsboro, New Jersey has been lifted.
A few hundred people turned out to the first annual memorial game at Penn Saturday to support the family of Brad Fox
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has concluded its wildly successful “PB&J Goes A Long Way” food drive.
Most Long Beach Island residents displaced since Sandy struck two weeks ago were allowed to return home Saturday.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in a news conference Saturday says it’s time to move forward and start rebuilding the Garden State in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Students at the Wissahickon Charter School clapped their hands and sang along, “Count on me…,” as Susan Goodman played the saxophone.
Water has been restored to residents after a 36 inch main ruptured in the Old City section of Philadelphia Saturday afternoon.
One male is dead and several others were arrested after a brawl between two wedding parties Sunday morning at a hotel in Society Hill.
Some residents returned home briefly Sunday to pick up belongings and some came back to find out they have nothing left.
Efforts are underway in Montgomery County to help residents displaced by Friday night’s fire at The 1600 Church Road Condos.
School officials at Council Rock South in Bucks County are trying to stop the spread of a skin infection in the football team.
The new laws give beer makers some of the same privileges enjoyed by wineries in the state.
Three area newspapers are merging to form one regional paper covering a big chunk of South Jersey.
The beer is flowing and brats are sizzling at the 140th annual Cannstatter Volksfest this weekend in NE Philadelphia.