For two months, the De Burgos Elementary School, at 4th and Lehigh, has been plagued by a series of lockdowns stemming from neighborhood shootings.
At two and a half pounds and five inches tall it would be hard for any dog not to be adorable, but this cuddly brown Yorkie named Lucy is also talented.
A San Francisco-based company that’s combined car sharing with car renting has opened a branch near Philadelphia International Airport.
Administration spokesman Mark McDonald says the decision was made to recall nearly 300 Chevrolet Impalas after a car fire on November 8th nearly cost an officer his life.
Drexel University is attempting to spread an innovative food recovery program to all parts of the nation.
A high school senior who overcame an overwhelmingly rough home life has been honored by the Philadelphia Education Fund.
Streets commissioner David Perri says 2013 was a record-setting year for our city, which was among the first to institute a recycling program.
A Chester, Pa. woman has become the first person to feel the effects of a new Pennsylvania law that contains tougher penalties for those who make gun “straw purchases.”
The sole remaining “Fancy Division” club in Philadelphia has turned to crowdfunding in a desperate attempt to stay afloat.
Geno Vento paid several thousand dollars for the monument he’s erected on the front of his famed cheesesteak shop.
Delaware County Council today honored a team of eight-year-old Little Leaguers who stormed their way to victory in tournament play this summer.
When a problem such as chronic illness or unemployment leaves the resident with an inability to pay taxes for a time, the trouble may compound.
A group of prep school students provided some companionship to residents of a Cherry Hill senior assisted living facility.
Investigators say a woman had parked her car in the Woodbourne Station parking lot at about 6:40am and was walking to the platform when she was hit.
Earl Johnson (at left in photo) is one of four Penn Wood students who helped developed the winning app, called “Fear No Bully.”