Smart Meters Lead To Billing Changes For Some PECO Business CustomersStarting in June, PECO will be switching some of its commercial and industrial customers to hourly pricing.
Powerball Players Dream Big As Jackpot Grows AgainWith no big winner in Saturday night's Powerball drawing, the jackpot now stands at $348 million.
Rare Slice Of Delaware River Waterfront Property On Auction BlockSealed bids are due Wednesday.
Man Shot Multiple Times On Busy Olney Street; Three Men In CustodyPolice say it happened just before noon Monday in the 5800 block of Old York Road, where a 29-year-old man was shot five times right in front of a daycare center.
Vice President Biden, Dr. Jill Biden To Speak At Community College Of PhiladelphiaJoe and Jill Biden are appearing in support of the Obama administration's ongoing efforts to make college more affordable.
Five Students In Custody After Gun Found In Bonner-Prendergast LockerFive students at Bonner-Prendergast Catholic High School in Upper Darby were arrested Wednesday in an incident involving marijuana and a loaded gun.
Philly Streets Department Expands Yard Waste Recycling For 'Earth Month'In celebration of Earth Month, Deputy Streets Commissioner Donald Carlton says the department will make it easier for city residents to go green by offering yard waste drop-off at 23 locations on two Saturdays this month.
Report: EU Considers Ending Visa-Free Travel For U.S. CitizensThe report last Thursday by Reuters, citing a European Union source, says that it will consider the move Tuesday.
Local Author's Mental Technique Helps Villanova During Championship RunA local author, yoga teacher, and mindfulness trainer says mental discipline was a key player in Villanova's clinching of the NCAA National Championship.
Wolf Promotes "Government that Works" Reform Plan During Visit To PhiladelphiaPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf visited Philadelphia Monday to talk up his five-point "Government that Works" plan in a news conference at the headquarters of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce at the Bellevue.
South Jersey Man Arrested, Charged With Setting Numerous Brush FiresPolice in Camden County have arrested a Winslow Township man in connection with nearly two dozen brush fires in the past two years.
Annual Cherry Blossom Festival Could Be Left Without Main AttractionThe start of the annual Cherry Blossom Festival is 12 days away. But the area's ornamental cherry trees apparently didn't get the memo.