Philadelphians, ages 18 to 24, earn a paycheck while cleaning up their lives and their city.
The School District of Philadelphia is hosting students from 33 high schools and middle schools in our area for an annual computer fair and competition.
The Spring Cleanup is a citywide volunteer campaign to spruce up streets and parks. This year it will be held on Saturday, April 13th.
“Nobody wants to have to pay that, but the numbers are in line with inflation, (or) a little bit higher,” said Matthew Mitchell, president of the Delaware Valley Association of Rail Passengers.
With snow in our forecast, hardware stores across the Delaware Valley are hoping to put a dent into their inventories of the winter weather items already sagging their shelves.
Temple senior Jaimee Swift lost a classmate to suicide three years ago. She was also touched by two alumni who ended their own lives as well during her time at school.
Dozens gathered outside of Gregory Scott’s home for a vigil Thursday night, less than 24 hours after he was gunned down.
Revel, Atlantic City’s newest casino, will be filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy next month, less than one year after opening to the public.
“We’re not going to be buying milk, eggs, and bread here today,” said Terry from Wayne, (Delaware County).
The traffic lights are at exits 9, 10, and 11, in Cape May County.
Thousands of gun control advocates, including some from the Delaware Valley, are in Washington DC today for a march and rally on the national mall.
Two local college students are organizing a 5K Zombie Run set for Philadelphia in the spring and early registration ends tomorrow.
“There’s going to be a lot of wings sold in the Delaware Valley next Sunday for the Super Bowl, and a lot of wings used for Wing Bowl,” says one local retailer.
Police in Medford, New Jersey have released photographs of two men they say installed a device to steal private information off customers’ ATM cards at a local bank.
Just in time for this frigid blast, the Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia kicked off a campaign Tuesday to get 9,000 new coats to children in need.