Mayor Nutter joined a coalition of anti-gun groups today to help launch a new initiative to reduce gun violence.
Officials at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine have opened a learning center that promises to give the next generation of surgeons hands-on training.
“March Madness” is giving way to the “Frozen Four.”
For Phillies fans the only fireworks were of the pre-game variety.
Officials representing several dozen Philadelphia charter schools gathered outside City Hall Thursday to call on City Council to approve a one-percent sales tax extension.
“I think it’s crazy,” says Tim Roberts (in photo), head brewer at Yards Brewing Company, in Philadelphia.
The beer is called “Dock Street Walker” and it debuts Sunday night.
Census Bureau demographer Ben Bolender says the city picked up about 4,500 more residents in 2013.
The School District of Philadelphia is partnering with celebrity chef Mark Vetri with the aim of bringing healthy meals and a family-style meal setting to students in every Philadelphia public school.
Cherry-On Experience Day will be held from 4 to 8 pm on Saturday, April 12th. Geasy Field will be the venue for the event that will feature music, food and laser tag.
Temple University officials were sounding the alarm after several students were targeted in a series of off-campus attacks.
Hundreds of private March Madness parties are being held throughout the Delaware Valley, including a group that claims to have started the tradition.
Springtime can’t arrive soon enough for area merchants whose livelihoods have been stung by the brutal winter weather.
The coalition of union and nonunion workers chanted and held placards in a boisterous, 15-minute rally against Aker Philadelphia’s hiring pracctices.
Archbishop Charles Chaput will be holding a special mass this weekend for victims of clergy abuse.