Democrats in the United States House Committee on Ways and Means released a report on the impact of letting the federal unemployment benefit program expire. According to that report, New Jersey will be the hardest hit per capita of any state.
The group Mothers in Charge held its annual “As We Remember Them” event in Center City last night, honoring those murdered during the past year.
Christmas Eve services took place all around the Delaware Valley Tuesday, including at historic Christ Church in Old City — where the kids were the stars of the show.
“It’s not like the olden days when, if your credit card was used for some fraud, it was because you lost it,” says Prof. Rob D’Ovidio of Drexel University.
SEPTA GM Joe Casey says it’s more than cleaning up. It’s installing cameras and better lighting and possibly getting retail development.
It’s Army-Navy weekend and before Saturday’s big game, weather permitting, Navy’s Blue Angels will be flying over the Linc.
Hundreds of runners were hoping to knockout a 50K run through the streets of Philadelphia on Saturday.
Temple University says it is cutting seven sports programs in 2014, including baseball, women’s rowing and softball, among others. Nine coaches will lose their jobs.
December 28th is the date that the federal unemployment compensation program, started during the peak of the recession, is set to expire.
As the holiday shopping season continues, today is dedicated to mom and pop. It’s the fourth annual Small Business Saturday.
As many hit the malls, some flocked to places like AKA Music in Old City, on the fall version of ‘Record Store Day.’
This holiday season marks the 30th anniversary of a cult classic that “triple dog dared” its way into popular culture.
Since 1997, the non-profit MANNA has held its “Pie in the Sky” fundraiser to bring in dollars for their efforts of feeding critically ill people in the region.
Governor Corbett is slated to sign the transportation funding package passed by the state legislature. King of Prussia based GVF, which has been pushing for more infrastructure dollars, is looking forward to the projects to get rolling.
“The smiles on people’s faces are priceless, absolutely priceless,” said Bill George of Health Partners Plans, which sponsored the food giveaway.