“This is a lifetime achievement award and it’s a capstone, just recognizing his influence over many decades,” says National Constitution Center president and CEO Jeffrey Rosen.
Neighbors say the fire started in the basement, but that remains under investigation along with the cause.
Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams was flanked by members of the Drug Enforcement Agency and Philadelphia Police as he announced a $3.3 million heroin bust made at the end of April.
A torch run is underway across all 50 states in advance of next month’s start of the Special Olympics World Games.
An interactive art exhibit is coming to the grounds of The Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul just in time for Pope Francis’ visit.
Some drivers say the department’s use of these grey-on-black vehicles amounts to entrapment.
Investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board continue looking at several possible factors, including signals, cell phone records, work records, and more.
The day started with a low cloud ceiling, but that did little to dampen the enthusiasm of the crew team members from more than 120 schools across the country and Canada.
James Deiter, 63, was employed at Massage Envy, in West Goshen, and at Massage Therapy, in Lancaster County.
Some of the original Freedom Fighters whose protest led to the desegregation of Girard College in the 1960s were back outside the school this morning, celebrating 50 years since their historic demonstration.
Two men have settled their civil cases against the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
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.