The best way to start your visit to this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show is with the entrance garden, the first of countless “wows” the show delivers.
This year, the “Garden to Table Studio” moves to the main floor of the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Besides serving on the executive committee of the Flower Show, Courtney Peterson is a jewelry vendor in the show Marketplace.
This year, for its 65th-anniversary entry at the Flower Show, Del Val College is incorporating artwork from more than a thousand schoolchildren into its exhibit.
Upper Darby police are investigating the beating death of a 59 year-old man whose body was found Monday morning in his home.
“There was a failure to train the substitute teacher who allowed this young, innocent child to be taken from the school,” the family’s attorney says.
Public records show property taxes on the house haven’t been paid since 2008. The property had been cited six times since 2007 by the city Department of Licenses & Inspections.
For this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show, titled “ARTiculture,” some major exhibitors are being paired with the country’s great art institutions.
Pennsylvania drivers who fuel their vehicles with diesel are facing painful pump prices.
The program will explore the story of the Passenger Pigeon, a once-numerous species that traveled in flocks so huge they darkened the sun when they passed but they went extinct a century ago.
A Florida-based builder of high-end movie theaters will appear Tuesday at a Philadelphia Historical Commission hardship hearing to make its case for turning an old Art Deco movie palace on Chestnut Street into a high-end multi-screen theater.
They particularly want to talk to neighbors, who may have seen anyone or any activity on the block.
PennDOT spokesman Brad Rudolph says the first priority was spraying brine on the roads.
“At zero degrees, a car’s battery loses about 60 percent of its strength,” notes an AAA Midatlantic spokeswoman.
We’re in the midst of an invasion from the Arctic Circle!