After an AARP roundtable discussion with hunger advocates in Philadelphia, the non-profit organization is working to come up with a follow-up report on the problem of hunger among people 50 and over.
Mayor Nutter joked that it would take him days to complete a marathon, with our without special shoes.
“If it’s got wheels on it, we paint it,” says Axalta vice president Michael Crickenberger.
“These remote controlled aircraft are especially helpful when you’ve got animal cruelty that’s going on but is hidden from the public view,” says Stuart Chaifetz, a Cherry Hill-based investigator with the organization “Shark.”
Rather than checking out new equipment and technology at the Wildwoods Convention Center, Cape May County fire crews rushed to the scene of the expanding boardwalk fire in Seaside Park.
An online reputation managment firm, Brand.com, has moved its headquarters to the Curtis Center in Philadelphia from West Chester.
Assistant US attorney Dan Velez says at its core, human trafficking is modern-day slavery “(that) involves the exploitation of people for either commercial sex or for forced labor.”
Would-be bicycle thiefs are being caught under a program the Philadelphia Police Department is running – leaving unattended bicycles as ‘bait.’
Two Philadelphia bars are among those named in a wrongful death lawsuit, brought by the family of a young man who was beaten to death in 2012, after they alleged served the assailants alcohol.
A federal judge says a Philadelphia man on death row for 21 years was convicted on “scant evidence,” and has overturned his conviction for killing a teen girl for her earrings.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is taking more steps to remedy its financial straits, putting its six nursing homes up for sale and pursuing management outsourcing for its 11 cemeteries.
The proposal to relocate the Whole Foods Market a block away from its current location in the Art Museum area has been approved by the City Planning Commission.
If the common wisdom is that boys lag behind girls in writing skills, some are bucking the trend, especially those attending workshops in Philadelphia that foster creative thinking.
The project recaptures the design principles of the original 1957 work by Tansai Sano, the landscape architect from Kyoto.
Divers and search teams in the creek were combing the rough waters downstream from where 15-year-old Sebastian Sanon went in, near Frankford Avenue and Ashburner Street.