We’ve lost an hour, but we are gaining that evening daylight. It’s a welcome trade-off for many people who have had enough of this cold, snowy and gloomy winter.
Rock salt, shovels, snow blowers, eating out, pet boarding, hotel stays, generators and tree removal are just some of the unexpected expenses people are finding themselves faced with this winter.
Bitter cold, snow and ice mean an increase in car crashes, falls, back injuries and occasionally heart attack from shoveling.
Philadelphia-based psychologist Dr. Melissa Brand encourages parents to plan ahead, stock up on supplies, and structure the day.
At MummerFest, fans can see the Fancy Brigades practice and can get a look at some of the costumes, props and floats.
The cases of head lice rise significantly this time of year because of all the togetherness, vacations and sleepovers. But there are steps parents can take to help prevent the bugs from taking up residence in a child’s head.
‘Tis the season for entertaining. And one local event planner has some tips on how to plan a holiday party everyone will enjoy, including the host.
The seminar focused on a specific form of treatment called the Early Start Denver Model. It’s designed to help parents, educators and therapists work with children on the Autism spectrum who are nine months to four-years-old.
Students at Philadelphia public schools return to class Monday and many parents and kids were out shopping Sunday for some last-minute items.
Chef’s from around the country are in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the Art of Catering Food Conference
Many area schools have only been on summer break for a month, but back to school ads are already in full swing.
The excessive heat warning remains in effect for the region, and the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging’s “Heatline” will be open 8:30am until 12 midnight today through Friday.
For those contemplating divorce in New Jersey, a law firm is offering a smartphone app to help smooth the process.
Rain, rain, go away!! Forecasters say this June has been the wettest on record for the Philadelphia area.
It’s not the longest-running Pride Parade in the country, but Philadelphia’s Pride Parade has been promoting equality in the L-G-B-T community for 25 years.