Laurie Kaneff is on an emotional roller coaster after burglars break into her Cherry Hill home, stealing irreplaceable items, including her dog Jessie.
None of the group members have experience as runners, so they came up with a motivating name called, “You should be running.” They will be participating in the Philadelphia Marathon this Sunday.
Crews were battling a fire early Sunday morning at Faith Outreach Ministry For All People church in West Philadelphia.
Designer jeweler Lagos held its sample sale at the company headquarters in Northern Liberties. Rings, necklaces, earrings and more were all 50% off.
A Marine Veteran who lost both his legs after stepping on an IED in Afghanistan is determined to raise $1 million for veterans like himself, all with a push of a petal.
It’s one of the largest 10k races in the tri-state area and it’s all for a good cause.
Police say one person is dead and another is critically wounded after someone opened fire on a car that was leaving a birthday party at a bar in Kensington.
It was a day of sadness and reflection Sunday as dozens gathered to celebrate the life of Autumn Pasquale.
Thanks to the hard work of Delaware County SPCA Humane Investigators Bill Vernon and Ron Riggle, the person responsible for cutting the ears of Pit Bull puppy dubbed as “Van Gogh” has confessed to the horrible act of animal cruelty.
While some seniors hope to be crowned Homecoming King or Queen, students in one high school have to earn their sash by raising money for a national organization.
As frustration with the federal government shutdown grows, a group of runners hit the road Sunday around Valley Forge National Historical Park to protest its closure.
Visiting the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall is a history lesson but it’s unavailable due to another historic event; the first government shutdown in 17 years.
The Market at DelVal in Doylestown opened their maze to public this past weekend.
Newly Formed Catholic Foundation Of Greater Philadelphia Seeks To Get Catholics Involved In Giving To Charity
Richard Clark is the chairman of the newly formed Catholic Foundation of Greater Philadelphia.
A new study shows pedestrian cell phone related injuries have nearly doubled since 2005.