St. Joseph’s University
Bishop Joseph McFadden, a West Philadelphia native who had been serving as the shepherd of the Harrisburg diocese since August 2010, died after being rushed to a local hospital.
Halil Kanacevic scored a career-high 27 points to go with 14 rebounds and Saint Joseph’s enjoyed a huge second half in taking a 75-55 victory over Drexel on Wednesday night.
Time magazine has announced its choice of Pope Francis as its “Person of the Year.”
Langston Galloway had 20 points and eight rebounds to lead Saint Joseph’s over Marist 81-62 on Wednesday night.
On Thursday, Kane announced she will not defend the state’s ban on gay and lesbian marriages from a lawsuit filed by the ACLU and a local law firm.
A business bachelor’s degree leaves you most likely to be underemployed. So says the website payscale.com.
Major portions of President Obama’s “Affordable Care Act” are scheduled to go into effect next year, and several studies seem to indicate that it may prompt development of more small businesses because enterpreneurs will feel that securing health care for employees will be less of an issue.
McFadden served as president of Cardinal O’Hara High School, and was extensively involved in the archdiocese Office of Catholic Education.
The Catholic church is being led by Pope Francis. Local experts on the inside of the church are happy with what they see so far.
The election of Argentine Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as Pope Francis has local Catholics very excited.
In the scant history of papal resignations, this is the first one attributed to age and loss of vigor. KYW Newsradio spoke to a local historian about precedents for Pope Benedict XVI stepping down.
Wendell Young III, a long-time union leader and labor giant in the Delaware Valley, passed away in his Lafayette Hill, Montgomery County home Wednesday after a battle with cancer. He was 74.
The odyssey of Hostess Brands is not only playing out in bankruptcy court and business boardrooms. Its liquidation is also being followed in schools of business on university campuses.
Hundreds of people were signing up in center city Philadelphia to take part in a decades-long study on preventing cancer.
“Thomas Wolfe was wrong — you can go home again,” Father Kevin Gillespie said today.