The odor, comparable to a refrigerator that hasn’t been cleaned for several months, has been bothering residents since the September 1st blaze at a Dietz & Watson warehouse.
Philadelphia’s City Treasurer and her husband filed a wrongful death suit Tuesday. Their daughter was one of the six people who died in June’s Center City building collapse.
Hugh J. McNally, the inventor of tPhiladelphia’s popular sandwich “The Schmitter,” died last Wednesday at the age of 81. KYW Newsradio spoke with his daughter who keeps the Chestnut Hill family business going.
A Bucks County man, diagnosed on August 20th, has died, according to officials with the state’s West Nile Virus Control Program.
Citing necropsy results, zoo officials say it was an accute bacterial infection that killed Jabari, one of their iconic gorillas.
The Philadelphia Streets Department is taking applications to be part of the second class of a program which aims to get young adults on the right track.
A car containing radioactive medical waste that police say was stolen in Darby Borough Friday afternoon, was found overnight in Philadelphia.
Nine members of an alleged loan sharking and illegal gambling ring out of Northeast Philadelphia, were arrested Friday morning. Authorities say they would use violent means to collect debt, including an incident involving a hatchet.
Students of a North Philadelphia Catholic High School got an “NFL Draft” type of experience Friday.
Where “Diner En Blanc” would take place might have been the best kept secret in town.
For many fans, with the team’s struggles this season and last, it seemed inevitable that Charlie’s time was running out.
Employees of Digitas Health took a day away from the office to help spruce up Girard Elementary School in time for the start of the school year.
The Philadelphia School District’s budget crisis has many families worried as summer draws to a close with the beginning of the school year up in the air. But a parent and education advocate says this is more than just about the $50 million dollars to get schools open on time.
With the school year fast approaching, a local group, concerned with safety, announced its plans to hold a “fast” next week in front of District headquarters.
After reciting the Hippocratic oath, the first-year medical students slipped on their white physician’s coats with the help of loved ones.