Car Menorah Parade Rolls Through Philadelphia: 'A Display Of Jewish Pride'There are many ways to celebrate Hanukkah. Saturday night in Philadelphia was one of the more unique options.
Mom Spurs Marijuana-Autism Study In PhiladelphiaErica Daniels was nearly at wit's end in trying to find ways to ease her son Leo's autism symptoms. And then, she came upon marijuana.
Schmidt: Could Be ‘Tens of Thousands’ Of Non-Citizens Who Registered To Vote In PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia election Commissioner Al Schmidt told state lawmakers this past week that there may be tens of thousands of non-US citizens have registered to vote in Pennsylvania…and that for their sake, state officials should try to contact them.
Fabric Workshop And Museum Puts 40 Years Of Own History On DisplayThe exhibition now on view is called "Process and Practice, 40-years of Experimentation."
'Tow 4 Tots' Delivers Holiday Cheer To Needy Children In PhiladelphiaTow truck owner and driver Charles Norton says his nephews were the inspiration behind the Tow 4 Tots program.
Shoppers Enjoy Musical Surprise At First Ever Mummers At The Market In Center CityThe goal was to spread some Mummers cheer.
Hundreds Get Into Holiday Spirit At Annual Ugly Sweater RunSnow-covered grass provided the perfect, festive backdrop for this annual favorite display of silly sweaters.
Philadelphia SPCA Team Works To Save Dog Severely Injured By OwnerThe Pennsylvania SPCA's Law Enforcement team is working to bring felony charges against a Philadelphia man accused of intentionally injuring his 4-year-old pit bull.
Quick-Hitting Storm Packed Quite A Punch During Evening CommuteSlushy, wet roads made for an awful experience for motorists in the region traveling during Friday’s storm.
Old Parking Tickets Could Be Forgiven In PhiladelphiaParking violators might be getting a gift, but likely not in time for the holidays.
Delaware County Retirement Community Evacuated Due To FireResidents were forced to evacuate on Friday night after a fire ripped through a Delaware County retirement community.
Education Groups Want New Standards For Choosing Philly's New School BoardThere's a call from education groups for Philadelphia officials to use new standards as they select members for a new school board.