Thousands of the rowers are in town this weekend for the annual “Head of the Schuylkill Regatta.” On Saturday, colleges from across the country competed.
Boathouse Row is the place to be this weekend. The annual “Head of the Schuylkill” regatta gets underway Saturday morning.
Before settling into the 24-foot, eleven-passenger canoes, guides assured them than none had tipped over in 30 years of the program.
Philadelphia will celebrate the re-lighting of four bridges along the Schuylkill River Thursday night.
Investigators were at a Center City apartment looking for evidence connected to the gruesome discovery of a human torso found in the Schuylkill river Tuesday morning.
The mutilated torso was found floating in the river under the Grays Ferry Bridge.
Officials say the boat broke away during Tuesday’s storms and was found floating in the river.
Police: Driver Killed After Swerving To Avoid Oncoming Vehicle On Kelly Drive, Plunging Into Schuylkill
The crash happened just before 11 p.m. Police say the passenger was able to free himself from the vehicle, swim to shore and call for help.
Authorities say a car drove off the Kelly Drive and into the Schuykill River Sunday night.
FBI spokesperson Carrie Adamowski says the search is being conducted by the bureau’s Underwater Search and Evidence Team, also known as USERT.
The incident happened at about 5 p.m. at Kelly Drive near Fountain Green Drive.
Officials say that because of the topography south of Locust Street, the next section of the Schuylkill River Trail cannot be built over land.
Three-thousand athletes and their fans took over the city for the TriRock Philadelphia Triathlon this weekend.
With all the rain we’ve had around here this week, some wonder why there hasn’t been a lot more flooding. The answer, in some cases, is water management.
More than 5,000 high school athletes from 140 cities are in Philadelphia for the world’s largest and oldest scholastic rowing competition.