As the holiday shopping season begins, there’s a new perspective on the relationship each of us has with companies.
The rainy weather moving through the Philadelphia area has forced the cancellation of a number of events.
The family of the 10-year-old Newtown Square girl who received two lung transplants in June shared some good news Thursday.
The ten-year-old, critically ill Delaware County girl whose desperate search for a donor lung captured national attention has undergone a successful surgery Wednesday.
There are several new developments in a desperate struggle to save a Newtown Square girl’s life, including a congressman getting involved.
SAP, the software giant with a North American headquarters in Newtown Square, is looking for people with autism to fill hundreds of tech jobs.
The break was reported at 9:38 a.m. in the 3400 block of West Chester Pike in Newtown Square.
Court records indicate the boyfriend did admit to posting the sex video on line and that he did it in order to be hateful.
A Newtown Square elementary school held a very special ceremony last week, a march to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes.
In a tight job market, a Delaware County manufacturing company says it has jobs to fill, but it’s running up against a problem: trouble finding skilled workers.
“His position was that he had a good faith, honest, subjectively held belief that, unlike everybody else, he didn’t to have to pay federal income taxes and that is why he didn’t file,” Prosecutor Joan Burnes said.
The PGA Tour descends on Aronimink in Newtown Square this week for the AT&T National event. Tuesday the media heard from a player who WON’T be teeing off come Thursday morning.
Tiger Woods will miss another golf tournament as his left leg recovers from injuries. Woods said on his Twitter feed that he will not be playing in next week’s AT&T National outside Philadelphia. The tournament supports Woods’ foundation.
Police in Delaware County are investigating the circumstances surrounding the drowning of a 3-year-old girl Saturday evening.
Fred Mack truly lives his life to the fullest. On his 100th birthday, when most people would be content with a small celebration, Mack decided he would mark this major milestone by skydiving!