Wild Start To March Madness, But No Surprises For Nova NationMarch has had its fair share of Madness. But for Villanova fans, it's been drama free.
South Jersey Relatives Gather To Cheer On US Bob Sledder Elana Meyers TaylorA family in South Jersey had an Olympic watch party early this morning to cheer for their favorite women’s bobsledder who was chasing her first gold medal.
Hundreds Of Volunteers Aim To Make Difference By Making HoagiesSunday was the 4th Annual Hoagies 4 Hope fundraiser at Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, New Jersey.
Media Holding Pre-Super Bowl Eagles Pride ParadeLong-time Mayor Bob McMahon says there's no better way to get ready for the big game than by celebrating a now familiar theme.
Super Bowl Could Leave Lasting Impact On Eagles, PhiladelphiaIn sports and pop culture, there may be no grander stage than the Super Bowl.
It's Game Day: Fans Ready For Eagles To Punch Ticket To Super BowlParking lots weren't scheduled to open up until 11:30 Sunday morning, but that didn't stop diehard fans from lining up bright (or dark) and early.
City, Hometown Pay Tribute To Fallen Philly FirefighterThe life and service of Lieutenant Matthew LeTourneau are being remembered, both in the city that he served and in his hometown in Delaware County, where his dreams of becoming a firefighter began.
Water Main Break Floods Homes In Fox ChaseThe 8-inch main broke around 8:30 a.m. Sunday along Strahle Street near Verree Road in the city's Fox Chase neighborhood.
Volunteers Help Feed Philadelphia's Homeless On ChristmasDozens of volunteers traded in Christmas morning around the tree to serve warm holiday breakfasts for the less fortunate in Center City.
Millions Take Flight To Holiday DestinationsAAA Mid-Atlantic is forecasting a record number of Americans, 100 million, are traveling for the holidays.
Sen. Graham: 'I Think It's Now Time To Start Moving' US Military Families Out Of South KoreaThat means the spouses and children of 28,000-plus U.S. troops out of that country.
Thousands Run Through Heavy Winds At Philadelphia MarathonIt was raining before the run kicked off at 7 a.m. along the Ben Franklin Parkway, but the sky cleared. The winds, however, kept blowing.