For now it’s optional, but eventually all member profiles will change to a “timeline” format, similar to a digital scrapbook.
Three boys are facing charges stemming from a reported sex assault at a Philadelphia elementary school.
The brothers were born June 9th and have since grown to about 28 pounds each.
Pennsylvania and New Jersey are now among at least seventeen states affected by a voluntary recall of cantaloupes.
Contract talks continue between the Association of Catholic Teachers and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, as the two sides try to come together to avoid a strike at the city’s Catholic High Schools.
Medical waste that was improperly disposed of has been discovered on a New Jersey beach.
City dwellers often turn to community gardens as a way to grow their own fresh produce. But it doesn’t build a sense of community when your hard word is stolen before you have a chance to enjoy it.
Lawmakers from Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware, along with small business leaders, held a roundtable discussion on how to encourage entrepreneurship and create more jobs.
Seven people were injured — one critically — after a car slammed into a crowded Burger King in Center City Philadelphia Monday afternoon.
Brides-to-be have many more options than they once did when it comes to dresses.
The “Child is Missing” alert is different from an “Amber” alert, says Sherry Friedlander, who started the “A Child Is Missing” organization 14 years ago.
A ruling Tuesday from the New Jersey Supreme Court orders the state to spend more money on the poorest school districts despite Governor Chris Christie’s efforts to balance the budget.
Eight of the 54 dogs rescued are now up for adoption.
Some diesel fuel was accidentally released into the atmosphere overnight at the Sunoco refinery at 28th and Passyunk in Philadelphia.
A Philadelphia hospital is once again receiving national recognition for being among the best in its field.