Now that many of the bugs in the process have been worked out, Philadelphia health commissioner Don Schwartz says it’s safe to encourage enrollees to sign up.
Thanksgiving came early for more than 200 Philadelphia seniors who were guests at a holiday dinner Sunday.
An anti-hunger group chose a novel way to call attention to cuts in food stamp benefits.
The standards are being updated, according to a LEED official, because green building conventions and tools have become almost too easy to meet.
Canadian trade officials said the black eye that a Canadian company got over the healthcare.gov web debacle shouldn’t diminish the accomplishments of other high-tech companies in that country.
The walkers, accompanied by well-wishers, set off from Camden for stops in Trenton and Freehold.
An international duo topped the field at the Philadelphia marathon Sunday, but this is one race that is not about winning.
A new OSHA report a report pins much of the responsibility on demolition contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy equipment operator Sean Benschop. The building’s owner and the Salvation Army are not mentioned.
The Kimmel Center unveils a newly-renovated performance space Thursday, a studio theater where playwrights and musicians will create and present new works, including an unusual art exhibit.
However, a study of movies released since then, and published Monday by the journal Pediatrics, shows violence in the PG 13 movies has escalated so much, the rating has lost its meaning.
After being discharged from the Army, he says, “I thought, ‘I’m not going to do it, I’m not going to college, I’m going to work’.”
Upper Darby police superintendent Michael Chitwood says Charles Kenney, 29, was taken into custody without incident at a Motel 6 in Tinicum Township.
More than 400 colleges and universities will send representatives to a National College Fair at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on Sunday. And for adults interested in going back to school, there’s a local college fair in Center City tonight.
But the conservative senator from Lehigh County has carved a careful path in casting his vote.
A Merck spokeswoman says the layoffs will take effect between December 23rd and January 5th at its West Point facility.