Top Spots To Go Dancing In PhiladelphiaLooking to cut loose on the weekends? Put on your dancing shoes, grab a date, or a group of friends, and visit any of these Philadelphia spots.
How Volunteers Are Coming Together To Make The Schuylkill River Trail SaferVolunteers are coming together to make one of Philadelphia's most popular areas a little safer.
American Revolution Museum Construction Unearths ArtifactsMore than 82,000 artifact pieces were uncovered during construction.
Two Games Collide At The Linc At Lincoln Financial Field, football took a back seat to the game of chess Tuesday.
South Jersey Man To Graduate Med School Despite DisabilityA South Jersey man who is legally blind is preparing for his big day-- graduation from medical school.
Philadelphia Principals, School District Come To AgreementPhiladelphia's principals union has reached a tentative agreement on a new contract with the School District.
TSA Warns Travelers Be Prepared During Busy Travel SeasonThe TSA wants travelers to be prepared for the busy summer travel season that's ahead.
Middle School Students Attend STEM ExpoThe kids had the opportunity to learn more career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Ask An Expert: Upcoming Summer Fashion Trends In PhiladelphiaSmak Parlour is a pretty, chic and edgy boutique located in Old City Philadelphia. Read on for some outfit ideas and helpful tips on how to spruce up your summer wardrobe
Where To Start Your Career? Apparently, Not PhillyIt's college graduation season and many recent graduates are hitting the pavement looking for jobs. But Philadelphia may not be the best place to start that career.
Double Shooting Victims Drive Themselves To Hospital, Man Listed In Critical ConditionPhiladelphia Police are investigating a double-shooting that took place on Monday afternoon. According to police, the incident took place just before 6:00 p.m. and left a man in critical condition.
Mayor Kenney Tours House Of Correction Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney went to prison Monday. It was a fact-finding tour at the House of Correction, which some city officials want to replace. The mayor, however, is still not convinced.

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