Marie Bontigao, who operated an “Exit Realty” franchise with locations in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware, is charged with operating a Ponzi scheme.
A Philadelphia Park Ranger is recovering after he was beaten and kicked while working in Love Park on Friday evening. The attack was caught on tape.
It started with a promised refund of $300 from a man posing as a software company employee.
More charges have been filed against members of the Ironworkers Local 401, alleging they damaged work sites where non-union construction workers were hired.
A state grant will help officials in Gloucester County study driver behavior at crosswalks to get the word out — state law requires you to stop for pedestrians.
An impressive collection of artifacts including stone tools, cooking pots, and pipes used by Native Americans as far back as 3,500 B.C. will be displayed for free at First Presbyterian Church (418 East Girard Avenue) from 6pm to 8pm.
The hunt is on for the killer of an elderly man inside his East Norriton home.
The victim says the other man started a lewd conversation, then groped him before taking off.
A security officer at the store, on Wheatsheaf Lane in the city’s Richmond section, recognized the man from a theft two days earlier, and security video shows him stuffing the boxesinto a backpack.
Voters ousted Washington, choosing instead Wyncote attorney Art Haywood as their Democratic candidate for the 4th District.
Signs warning travelers about MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) have been posted at Philadelphia International Airport and other airports around the country.
Found along with ten live animals — cats, turtles, and a rat — were more than a dozen dead animals.
Philadelphia Police say previously reported missing 16-year-old Nakyra Newson has been located and reunited with family.
Prosecutors say Tollefson, 61, took more than $100,000 from dozens of people over the course of three years, soliciting money for a number of charities but never delivering on promises made.
The snow, the wind, the ice, has left gardeners with broken branches, layers of leaves, and a muddy mess in low-lying areas, but for those who love to toil in the soil it’s fun waiting to be had.