U.S. Women’s soccer star Carli Lloyd’s whirlwind victory tour stopped at the Blue Barn Recreation Center in Evesham, New Jersey on Wednesday.
Citizens Bank donated $50-thousand to help provide essential items to impoverished children ahead of Cradles for Crayons’ big back-to-school initiative.
Small groups of girls, ages 11-15, practiced the pitch they’ll make for the apps they’ve been working on.
The International Parking Institute selected an independent panel of judges to select the Philadelphia Zoo as one seven winners of its 2015 Awards of Excellence.
Chris Christie made it official today, confirming what most people had assumed for months: he’s running for the GOP nomination for president of the United States.
At a press conference at 30th Street Station, Casey said last month’s train disaster in Philadelphia underscored the need to make sure Amtrak has the proper funding to improve safety and infrastructure.
Following today’s decision by the US Supreme Court overturning several states’ bans on gay marriage, political figures across the country were staking out various positions on the issue.
The yearlong collaboration between members of the Attic Youth Center and seniors from the LGBT-oriented John C. Anderson Apartments produced a series of photos that focus on faces, with eyes open and closed.
The “Marvel Experience” opens on Wednseday. It’s a mobile theme park that packs a punch.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie spoke at the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference, unleashing some verbal broadsides at the Obama administration.
An Old City company that specializes in Segway tours is now offering visitors a look at the city’s world-famous murals.
Volunteers helped aging drivers review their driving issues, polish their skills, and learn techniques for adapting to declining abilities.
This past week saw the death of a local man who was the brains behind a toy that became a kids favorite all over the world, the Super Soaker.
Burlington County College and Rowan University have formed a partnership designed to streamline the transfer process and make tuition more affordable.
Anti-abortion groups held a prayer service Wednesday at Laurel Hill Cemetery in East Falls for the so-called “Gosnell babies.”