Halloween is over and that meant pumpkins were soaring into the sky at Rowan University.
The federal “SNAP” program (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) is getting less money because a temporary increase in funding, part of the 2009 stimulus plan, is expiring.
Thousands of the rowers are in town this weekend for the annual “Head of the Schuylkill Regatta.” On Saturday, colleges from across the country competed.
St. Joseph University’s Head Coach Phil Martelli is the first to tell you, he’s no medical expert, but as keynote speaker, he wanted to send a message that his job isn’t just trying to win on the court.
Dozens gathered for the vigil in front of the School District of Philadelphia headquarters Thursday night,
Wednesday night, a group of photographers put their work on display at an exhibit dedicated to those schools and the communities they were in.
Several people were injured in three separate accidents involving SEPTA buses Tuesday night.
The Old City Seaport Festival is taking place this weekend. Organizers are promising a family-friendly few days of tall ships, fine food and even a pirate battle.
Lynn Nichols, most recently the assistant chief of the Philadelphia DA’s homicide unit, turned herself in to Philadelphia police today.
Gerri C. LeBow Hall, at 32nd and Market Streets in University City, is the new home of Drexel’s LeBow College of Business.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has a deal for a Bucks County based company to manage their 13 Catholic cemeteries in the area.
The company is giving the archdiocese $89 million over a 35-year period, $53 million of it up front.
A few dozen School District of Philadelphia teachers got together Thursday night for an “open mic night,” sharing their stories from the beginning of the school year.
After several robberies in broad day light, Drexel asks students and staff members to stay alert.
The Red Cross Walk and Run to Save Lives is taking place at the Philadelphia Zoo on October 5th and organizers insist that there is still time to sign up.