It was a heated meeting Wednesday night in South Philadelphia as residents, in a loud voice, expressed their concerns over the possibility.
A family of three, including a young girl, was hospitalized overnight after carbon monoxide filled their home in Sicklerville, New Jersey.
Thousands took to Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park Sunday morning for the 6th annual Lemon Run.
During the first hour here at Benjamin Franklin High School, 36 people walked through a blue curtain and cast their ballot on Election Day 2014. The power of the vote some here say they don’t want to take for granted.
Tom Wolf’s campaign for Governor of Pennsylvania is getting a boost from the White House.
Since the Phillies last won back in 2008, the Giants have been racking up championships while the arrow has been pointing down for the Phils.
According to the latest Franklin and Marshall College poll, Wolf now has a 13 point lead over Governor Corbett among likely voters. Corbett was once trailing by more than 20 points.
The balloon is tethered and unmanned, and, unlike the helicopters also being used in the investigation, is silent.
Playing hooky today? What’s your excuse? A new survey out lists some your boss might not want to hear.
This year, dealing with the deadly and contagious disease of Ebola is on everyone’s mind.
A Temple professor and Philadelphia Union soccer player continue their efforts to raise money for the fight.
Officials in two major U.S. Cities this year voted to rename Columbus Day “Indigenous People’s Day” — How does that fly in South Philadelphia?
A message of hate was spray painted on the door of a Catholic School in Center City Thursday morning.
If you look up this morning and the clouds are cooperating, you just might see a total lunar eclipse.
Both sides met Monday. SEPTA spokeswoman Jerri Williams calls meeting “productive” and Steve Bruno, Vice President of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers says it was “fairly decent.”