After a summer of fun at Free Library Hot Spots, children in Philadelphia got the chance Saturday to show off new tech skills they learned during the library’s so-called “Maker Movement.”
SEPTA is implementing some schedule changes today on its regional rail system.
Thousands of parents and students were at the School of the Future, on Parkside Avenue, for what the district calls a “family and education reunion.”
The Eagles want to remind fans about a new NFL security policy prohibiting purses, backpacks, large bags and seat cushions inside all 32 stadiums.
The weekend long Camden County 4H Fair continues through Sunday at Miller Farms in Winslow Township.
It begins Sunday and runs through July 20th and mall officials are hoping for a boost in business.
Millions of college students paying their way though school could see up to $4,600 tacked on to their debt if nothing changes.
Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan dropped by the Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center Friday night for a discussion with former Philadelphia Inquirer movie critic Carrie Rickey.
The reigning Miss America, Mallory Hagan, posed with mayor Lorenzo Langford and his wife as the city celebrated the pageant’s return after seven years in Las Vegas.
It’s safe to say no father and son were more excited to be at the US Open then Bill and Michael Weaver.
Lance Henderson sued SEPTA saying his foot got stuck in a bus door and filed suit against Fresh Grocer claiming a piece of metal caused him to fall.
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.