Philadelphia’s bustling soccer community includes a growing number of World Cup fans.
On a scale of one to ten, these flares shooting off a group of sunspots are around a two. Nothing to panic about.
Proposals had to be submitted by Saturday for those cities in the United States who wanted to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Philadelphia’s plan is one of those in the running.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has officially announced that the city has submitted it’s proposal to the Democratic National Committee to host the 2016 National Convention.
Septa has decided to bring back 24-hour weekend service on the Market-Frankford and Broad Street lines.
A Philadelphia Police officer and the son of a reputed mob boss are among 41 people caught up in an alleged insurance fraud operation run out of a South Philadelphia auto body shop.
On Tuesday night, the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame will induct six new members, including radio and TV sportscaster Howard Eskin.
Former Phillies PR director Larry Shenk has been busy writing a book about his five decades working for the team.
The courts are now getting a regular workout from neighbors including Little Flower High School, which formed its first tennis team, much to the delight of King. She owes her career to public tennis courts.
The question is, who will that fan be?
But now that the initial shock has worn off, some fans seem willing to wait and see how linebacker Marcus Smith pans out.
It seems that everyone has played Skee-Ball, invented in 1909, at one time or another.
The two-day home run derby was born out of the sudden death of Hall of Fame outfielder and broadcaster Richie Ashburn.
They’ve been getting together every single year since 1945 to catch up with one another and remember the good old days.
If America is a melting pot, the auditorium inside Northeast High School was a cauldron: the roll call of countries numbered nearly 50.