Kids Learn About Healthy Eating At Salvation Army Cooking ClassA program aimed to educate kids about healthy eating is getting rave reviews from its participants.
$227 Million Settlement Reached In Deadly Salvation Army Store CollapseSix people died and 13-were hurt when the store on 22nd and Market Streets collapsed in 2013.
Salvation Army Money Donations In Philadelphia Area DownThe season of... well...
Winning $1K Lottery Ticket Dropped Into Pa. Salvation Army KettleThe Pennsylvania Lottery says someone dropped a winning $1,000 lottery ticket into a Salvation Army red kettle last week.
Brotherly Love: Couple Adopts Four Families at Salvation ArmyWe caught up with a couple that has adopted four Salvation Army families, 21 people in all, from five months old to adult.
Market Street Collapse: Defense Lawyers Attack Credibility Of Industry ExpertNow in its 6th week, the case is expected to take a break later this week, and resume in mid-November.
Key Figure In 2013 Thrift Store Collapse Takes The Stand In Civil TrialOne of the key figures in the deadly Salvation Army Thrift Store collapse in 2013 is on the stand at the civil trial to determine any financial liability.
Testimony To Begin In Market Street Collapse Civil TrialUpwards of 150-names appear on the witness list for a trial that could take two to three months.
As Anticipated Storm Approaches, Folks At Salvation Army Prepare To Shelter, Feed Extra PeopleFolks at the Salvation Army are preparing for this weekend's storm.
Salvation Army Helps Local Families By Distributing Christmas GiftsThe Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia will give away close to 20,000 toys to nearly 8,000 families this holiday season.
Thousands Of Toys For Kids In Need As CBS3 Closes Out Joy Of Sharing CampaignOver the past several weeks, CBS3 led the charge to collect thousands of new, unwrapped toys for Philadelphia area children.
Salvation Army Prepares Thanksgiving-To-Go Meals For Families In NeedAs families get ready for Thanksgiving, The Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia is making sure that the less fortunate get fed, as well.