Antoinette Pelzer is charged with the stabbing deaths of 80-year-old Po Lin Wan and 47-year-old Alice Mei See Leung.
Echo Therapeutics has developed the system – which uses an adhesive glucometer and a “wand” of sorts – to monitor blood sugar levels in capillaries just below the skin surface.
Officers with SEPTA’s transit police have gone on strike following a stalemate in negotiations regarding a new contract.
The official start of spring comes next week – but one look around your neighborhood and chances are someone is already working in the garden. But there are some DOs and DON’Ts for this early spring.
Ronald Ferrell, 35, faces a dozen counts of theft, acquisition of a controlled substance, and receiving stolen property.
The open registration field is limited to 30,000, and organizers say it took four days to reach that capacity last year.
School officials at Father Judge High School were meeting on Wednesday with members of a company they’ve hired to see if they can determine what sickened between 150 and 200 people over the weekend.
In the early hours of November 10th, Phoenixville police says someone threw chunks of cement through the plate glass windows of four businesses in the Acme shopping center on Starr Road.
Monday is the first day of deer season in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Big deal, you say?
The Pennsylvania attorney general’s office has asked Judge Charles Hayden to step aside from the case because he and the accused — a state lawmaker — are “friends” on Facebook.
Maybe you’ve seen it: a billboard from former Eagles’ kicker David Akers has gone up along I-95 near the sports complex in South Philadelphia, thanking fans for the past 12 years.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is looking for ways to cut administrative costs so it can save more of its funding for infrastructure maintenance and repairs.
A local nonprofit organization is looking for window fans and cold drinks to deliver to homebound elderly and disabled adults in the five-county Philadelphia area.
For Philadelphia area residents with family in Japan, now is a time of waiting and worrying.
An evening question and answer session with city officials about Philadelphia’s business license fees drew several dozen people Wednesday evening to a bar in Old City, bloggers among them.
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