A prom is supposed to a night you will never forget, but after the power went out at the Winslow Township High School prom, the community is pulling together to give those students a second chance.
Emmanuel Acho attended prom with a fan and serenaded her as well.
After getting decked out in tuxedos and dresses, putting on make up and getting their hair done, the stars of the night walked the red carpet to a huge round of applause.
A delayed flight Friday forced a local high school student to start her trip to the prom – 30,000 feet in the air!
Prom season will soon be upon us and while spending on the big night is down overall, there’s one surprising area where students are shelling out big bucks. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan takes a look at the numbers and has advice for parents.
Chris covers the latest on the VA scandal, primary day in Pennsylvania, and California Chrome’s successful appeal to wear nasal strips in the Belmont Stakes.
Talk about dedication!
Bordentown Regional High School’s interim superintendent Joseph Miller says Wednesday that Adventure Aquarium has made space available for 50 additional students at next month’s party after an initial sellout created a ruckus at the school.
The Principal of South Philadelphia High School stated that sending our troops care packages is a way to connect the students to sacrifice being made as well as offering a chance for their own redemption.
A Pennsylvania high school student is in hot water for asking Miss America to prom during a question and answer session at school.
In a show of sisterly love, CBS3 reporters are donating gently used shoes to some local teens.
A local medical facility wants to make sure girls in Camden can attend prom this year.
A Pennsylvania volunteer fire chief is being criticized by borough officials for driving his son and the boy’s date to their high school prom in a fire truck.
A transgender student in central Pennsylvania will be allowed to wear a boy’s colors to next month’s graduation ceremony but will be identified by his female name, a resolution the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday doesn’t go far enough.
The American Civil Liberties Union is threatening to sue if a Pennsylvania school district doesn’t allow a transgender student to run for prom king, even though the student is registered under his female birth name and has acknowledged his diploma will be issued in that female name, too.