A Philadelphia Parking Authority worker was killed when he was hit by a tow truck as it backed up.
Owners Of Small Businesses Seek Local Funding For Renovations, Citing Federal Rigmarole Makes Process Too Expensive
A federally funded Storefront Improvement Program is facing an uncertain future because newly applied rules are making the projects more costly.
For more than a decade, doctors and nurses and staff at St. Christopher’s have been trained in detecting potential cases of abuse and neglect.
David Nixon, 50, has been convicted of 63 counts of tax fraud.
Police say two would-be robbers got more than they bargained for Thursday night in West Philadelphia when one of their intended victims had his own gun.
Former Camden firefighter Shane Streater went on disability in 2010, citing two on-the-job vehicle accidents that injured his back and neck. Investigators say he was later engaging in mixed martial arts.
A new twist on an old phone scam finds the caller demanding ransom for a reportedly abducted child.
Weird But True Food is a fast read of color-filled pages of obscure facts.
With another snowstorm on the horizon, parents and employees are faced with deciding whether to try to get to work or stay home.
Officials In Gloucester County Allow Residents To Get Rid Of Unused Tires And Fight Mosquito Population
Gloucester County is allowing residents to drop off old tires from pickups and personal vehicles.
The winner of this contest will earn a chance to appear on stage with illusionist Adam Trent
Pedestrian traffic is bumper to bumper for Philadelphia’s Auto Show. All those attendees translate into big bucks at area dealerships.
The code blue is in effect from 6pm each evening until 7am the following morning.
Attorney General Eric Holder was in Philadelphia Thursday afternoon to hold another in his series of meetings aimed at building trust between community residents and the police.
There are about 3,000 traffic signals in Philadelphia, and some are more susceptible to cold than others.