A wave of cheers greeted firefighter Patrick Nally as the doors of the ambulance opened outside of his parent’s home. His family and fellow firefighters gathered to welcome him home after a week spent in the hospital.
Councilman Henon is now asking people in his district to report nuisance properties and absentee landlords. His website has a map of properties of homes that have multiple license and inspection violations.
Beef prices soared more than 10 percent last year according to the Department of Agriculture, and they will likely go up at least another 5 percent this year.
An emotional day in State College wrapped up with Joe Paterno’s funeral procession winding it’s way through campus.
The sub basement in Tacony barely gave four mentally challenged captives enough room to move. It was a prison, much like the one Linda Ann Weston kept Bernardo Ramos in 30 years ago.
Job hunters face a new challenge now: discrimination against the unemployed.
The shrapnel left small red scars on the leg of 6-year-old Denean Thomas. She has been on the fourth floor of Children’s Hospital since Sunday night, when she was shot twice in the leg.
The two story home on Granite Street smelled so bad, neighbors complained constantly.
Dancing at the Stiffel Center in South Philadelphia always brings smiles to the seniors who’ve been coming for years. Only now there is sadness behind the smiles as the center gets ready to close its doors to about 400 seniors.
Beach week in Wildwood brings in a crowd of high school students each year celebrating graduation. But now the city says the parties have become too loud and gone too late.
The yellow lines on Penns Trail North in Newtown Township are supposed to swerve around the road. It is called a chicane. But drivers on the residential road have a few other words in mind.
The daily bike ride keeps Captain Alan Clark and his fellow bike officers out on the road for hours.
For years, Philadelphia suffered from a brain drain. Young adults would get their college education in the city, then catch the first train out of town. But the trend is now reversing.
The building-sized murals throughout Philadelphia tell the story of the city in pictures. But,like the city,the murals are changing with a 21st century twist. As the city evolves, so does the art.
Police officers surrounded the Philadelphia school administration building all day Monday to ensure safety after an emailed threat came in Saturday night.
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