Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
Thousands lined the streets in Old City Philadelphia for the annual Independence Day Parade there.
Thousands of people lined 2nd Street Pike in Southampton, Bucks County to watch one of the biggest 4th of July parades in the suburbs.
The city of Chester has long observed Mother’s Day with a parade in the afternoon but, this year, the Union game forced the parade to move to Saturday instead of Mother’s Day itself.
The annual New Year’s Day Mummers Parade tradition kicked off early Sunday morning in South Philadelphia.
Last minute preparations are underway for the Mummers Fancy Brigade finale shows on New Years Day. But, you can get a free sneak peak of the show tonight at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
There’s a fan-friendly change coming to the Mummers Parade on New Year’s Day, all because of what otherwise is a pain in the neck.
Less than a month before the annual Hatboro holiday parade, organizers are hoping local businesses and the community step up to help fund the extravaganza or they may have to cut back.
One man’s art is another man’s junk, and that is surely the case at a vacant lot at Broad and Pine.
The oldest Memorial Day parade in the country went off without a hitch in Doylestown today as thousands lined the parade, but didn’t forget the true meaning of the holiday.
Doylestown is gearing up for tomorrow’s holiday celebration featuring the oldest Memorial Day parade in the country and a service remembering the members of the military who gave their lives fighting for our freedom.
A sure harbinger of spring – the annual Greek Independence Day Parade down the Ben Franklin Parkway is on Sunday.
“St. Patrick, bless our religious sisters who serve, inspire and educate” is the theme of this year’s parade.
by KYW’s Brad Segall One of the longest running Fourth of July parades in the Philadelphia suburbs went off without a hitch this morning, this year held one day after the official holiday.
by KYW’s Mike Dougherty It’s a scorcher outside today. Under clear blue skies a white hot sun is turning skin shades of red. But that has not diminished the spirit of the many people on […]