Paul Kurtz

DA: Two Arrested In Deadly Lower Moreland Home InvasionAuthorities say two arrests have been made in a deadly home invasion in Lower Moreland, Montgomery County.
E-Commerce Retailers Network, Discuss Latest Trends At Digital Summit In PhiladelphiaThe meeting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center comes at a time of explosive growth.
Phillies Look To Avoid Historic 100 Loss SeasonThe Phillies are one defeat away from losing 100 games, something the squad hasn't done in more than five decades.
Crowd Safety Expert Estimates 80-140K Attended Papal MassThere's no doubt that a huge crowd attended Sunday's Papal Mass along the Ben Franklin Parkway, but city officials have yet to release a formal estimate.
SEPTA Readies For Huge Crowds Expected On Regional Rail During Papal Visit WeekendWith rail passenger service expected to double on Saturday and triple on Sunday, SEPTA will be dispatching its own shock troops to handle the crowds.
Philadelphia School District Partners With Philly POPS To Enhance Music ProgramsThe Philadelphia School District is partnering with the Philly POPS and some instrument companies to supplement its music programs and replace an aging inventory of instruments.
Looks Like Another Record Breaking Summer For Tourism At Jersey ShoreAll signs are pointing to another memorable summer at the Jersey shore, in terms of the number of people who visited.
Rally Kicks Off Contract Talks Between Phila. Building Owners And Union WorkersThe two sides are coming to the end of a four year deal that included a signing bonus, a salary increase of 6.7 percent and improved health benefits.
Focus On SW Philly Neighborhood In 'No More Fire Deaths' CampaignSmall teams of Fire Department and Red Cross volunteers fanned out in Kingsessing, knocking on doors and offering residents free lithium powered smoke detectors.
Discrimination Allegations Surface Against Group Planning To Build Casino In South PhillyThe group that intends to build a hotel and casino in South Philadelphia gave an overview of its master plan to the city Planning Commission on Tuesday. But those plans were met with claims of racial discrimination.
Local Staging Expert Prepares For Visit Of Pope FrancisA pair of companies based in Delaware have the monumental task of providing the staging for Pope Francis' appearances in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. next month.
NJ Men Sentenced For Roles In Drug Ring That Spanned Across ContinentTwo South Jersey men have been sentenced to ten year prison terms for their roles in a drug ring that relied on the US mail and FedEx.