Christopher Alvelo, 17, tried to take control of the pickup truck his stepfather was driving after Joseph Snyder, 45, suffered a medical crisis that left him incapacitated.
Former KYW Newsradio Vice President and General Manager Roy Shapiro was laid to rest Sunday. Friends and coworkers gathered at the memorial service.
The Germantown Friends alum tapped stars including Brad Paisley, Alison Krauss, and Josh Turner to perform her original songs.
Montgomery County Community College is partnering with a university in South Korea.
Dr. Ruth Patrick, a world authority on freshwater ecosystems whose career at the Academy of Natural Sciences spanned more than 70 years, died last Monday in Lafayette Hill.
Concerned community members held hands and marched together in Philadelphia Saturday, in an expression of unity in the effort to stamp out gun violence.
The Immune Deficiency Foundation is holding the walk on Penns Landing Sunday morning.
Fifth and sixth graders at the Grover Washington Junior Middle School were treated Monday afternoon to a traveling road show that uses hip hop music, dance, and audience participation to teach the basic laws of physics.
Delaware state police say the heist was committed about 9:30am at the M&T Bank in the 3500 block of Philadelphia Pike. The suspects took off but left a suspicious package behind.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie returned to Seaside Heights on Saturday to take a look at the damage wrought by the inferno that destroyed several blocks of boardwalk, and consumed dozens of businesses.
The fourth Philadelphia Honey Festival will be held from Friday through Sunday at three of the city’s most intriguing historic sites.
A young Red-tailed Hawk from the nest at the Franklin Institute has been released less than a month after he was injured in an apparent collision with a car.
The search for a man who disappeared while tubing on the Delaware River in Tinicum Township, Bucks County turned into a recovery effort Sunday afternoon.
Nearly two weeks ago, the lone surviving fledgling from the Franklin Institute Red-tailed Hawk nest was found injured on the Ben Franklin Parkway and taken to the Schuylkill Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic in Upper Roxborough. The young raptor appears to be on the mend.
The first clue that there’s something different about this event is the bee yard — more than two dozen hives — set up outside the Merion Science Building.