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.”
The Philadelphia Bar Association honored Catherine Carr for a career devoted to justice and advocating for women’s rights.
The city’s renowned Mural Arts Program is working with fourteen well-known artists on a series of works that interract with the viewing public.
“A Running Start Philadelphia” is a five-step plan to provide the services and programs needed to implement a pre-kindergarten system for every Philadelphia schoolchild.
The largest beer celebration in America begins today!
Tonight, The Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame will add seven new members.
Schools superintendent Paymon Rouhanifard was going door-to-door, handing out pamphlets and getting the word out.
The adults turned the microphone over to the young folks for a while, to hear first-person accounts of the positive impact that summer jobs can have.
Bucks County tourism officials and the Internet information giant Google are going off the beaten path to provide more information to visitors about parks and other attractions in the county.
During the campaign, the polls consistently showed Diaz, Street, and Oliver in single digits.
Nearly all of the Amtrak cars that derailed Tuesday night near Frankford Junction have been transported to an undisclosed location for inspection by federal investigators.
More than a dozen Red Cross volunteers were on hand to help frazzled survivors of the train wreck as they trickled in last night and this morning.