This world-class garden is nearby, but many people don’t realize the splendor that is tucked away right there, behind busy Church Road in Wayne, Pa.
The head of a local organization focused on improving campus security is pleased that the issue is getting a spotlight from the vice president of the United States.
Folks around the world today were commemorating the one-year anniversary of a sweatshop disaster in Bangladesh by declaring this the first-ever “Fashion Revolution Day.”
Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at Shire’s Big Give in Wayne, PA on October 4th, 2013.
This first crop of 8th-to-12th graders shares one thing in common: top-level soccer. But school founder Rich Graham says that will allow them to be more diverse.
What appears to be a bad stomach bug is ripping through a small school in Wayne, Pa.
Police say they’ve received numerous phone calls from residents after releasing information about the incident on Monday, April 8th, outside St. Katharine of Sienna School, on Aberdeen Avenue.
Police have released a sketch of the suspect believed to have tried to lure two children in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
Hadas finds a South Philly restaurant that’s honoring Jersey tomatoes, a salmon-cooking class in Wayne, Pa., and a familiar center city spot with some new features.
Tredyffrin Township police credit good old-fashioned detective work during an extensive six-month investigation that led to the suspects.
A lab test on the fox confirmed it had rabies, and health officials put out an alert for the man to come forward.
Radnor Township police responded to the 400 block of East Lancaster Avenue on Monday afternoon, after a call came in about an injured fox. Later, the fox tested positive for rabies.
Three local schools have been named “Green Ribbon” schools by the US Department of Education, in a program that honors the best in environmental education and conservation.
Valley Forge Elementary School has had two confirmed cases of pertussis, and that is enough to constitute an “outbreak,” according to Betsy Walls, bureau director for personal health services at the Chester County Health Department.
Thirty-year-old Symantha Hicks of Horsham, Pa., was fired by Valley Forge Military Academy last month after three 17-year-old cadets alleged she gave them alcohol. Now, a cadet says she made sexual advances to him.