Officials say the ramp at exit 326 will be closed to remove a tractor trailer hauling trash that overturned earlier this morning.
Chris reviews the latest involving the government shutdown, Bob Costas’ commentary on the Washington Redskins, and the Eagles win yesterday in Tampa Bay. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup and CSN Philly’s Ray Didinger.
Lucky for us, there are more than a few places near Philly to see those autumn leaves in all their glory—and before they go up in smoke on that totally illegal bonfire in your neighbor’s backyard.
George Washington would be on familiar ground if he visited his still pristine winter encampment site at nearby Valley Forge. Here’s what you’ll find during a day trip or weekend fling.
A worker was killed in a two-vehicle crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early Monday morning. Three other people were hurt.
Emergency crews responded to a burning car carrier on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Chester County Thursday afternoon, snarling traffic on the westbound lanes.
The Gaming Control Board Wednesday officially awarded the soon-to-be opened Valley Forge Casino Resort a license for table games.
Mark Dixon, history columnist for Main Line Today, has collected stories in the Hidden History of the Main Line, Delaware County and Chester County, one book devoted to each.
Mother’s Day 2011 has passed, but for the children who have lost their mothers, it’s a pain they live with every day.
Starting Sunday, folks who use the Pennsylvania Turnpike’s new Street Road EZ-Pass interchange will be getting a break on tolls.
Officials at Valley Forge Park say the first year of a four-year plan to thin the deer population was successful — and the park’s actions also benefitted hungry residents throughout Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has upheld the Gaming Control Board’s decision to put a casino in Valley Forge.
“This is absolutely delicious,” said a George Washington reënactor after plowing into a honkin’ piece of chocolate mousse birthday cake served up by Martha.
There’s no shortage of deer at Valley Forge National Historical Park. Unfortunately, an increasing number of these docile animals are showing up on the roads, especially this month.
Last month, there were reports of deteriorating conditions within a 52-acre site dedicated on the grounds of the Freedoms Foundation in Valley Forge to honor Congressional Medal of Honor recipients. It appears news of the […]