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.
The district attoney’s office has charged Naim Woodley with simple assault, reckless endangerment, and resisting arrest.
Postal worker from Philadelphia and surrounding counties held a rally at the B. Free Franklin Post Office in Old City on Sunday advocating that the U.S. Postal Service should continue Saturday delivery.
An annual event that was designed to increase interest in fashion during tough economic times will go on hiatus this year.
The Hospital and Health System Association of Pennsylvania along with the Pennsylvania Department of Health have a campaign underway encouraging health care workers to get their flu shots.
Medicare was set to begin fining hospitals on Monday that have too many senior patients readmitted within 30 days. The move is part of a government effort to improve health care quality while saving taxpayers money.
Wawa is voluntarily recalling certain products that could be contaminated with salmonella from tainted mangoes.
April Nees and Swoop were brought together through the “Hounds for Heroes” program which allows veterans to adopt greyhounds free of charge.
Ronald Gregory, 24, is described as 5′ 9″ tall, 185 lbs., with tattoos on both forearms, his right hand, and right ear.
During the city’s Fourth of July celebrations, a handful of police officers will have miniature cameras attached to their glasses, hat, or collar.
18-year-old Koshion Thomas and 23-year-old Joshua Jenkins, both of Bristol, Bucks County, are charged with with sexually assaulting a teenage girl in Ocean City, New Jersey.
There were some tense moments for Cheyney University students on Thursday morning after a student made threats against the school through social media.
More than 200 residents of a Center City Philadelphia condominium apartment building will have to wait at least another day before they are allowed to return to their homes.
Legal action by the American Civil Liberties Union has delayed New Jersey’s new driver’s license requirements.