Philadelphia has joined a nationwide effort to get students reading on grade level by fourth grade.
The iconic PNB letters are coming off the old Philadelphia National Bank building.
Authorities say a man tried to rob a bank in Pottstown Saturday morning and fired shots at the tellers.
The FBI and its law enforcement partners are asking for the public’s help in identifying and finding the suspects responsible for two armed bank robberies in the past two months.
On Jan. 27, 2014, the two male robbers and the female bank employee were located in Atlanta, Georgia where they were arrested.
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect who attempted to rob the post offices in both the Yeadon and Darby.
Police in Delaware County are searching for a man wearing “a very distinctive rubber mask” who is believed to be responsible for a robbery and two attempted robberies.
Arcade Fire is asking fans to “dress up” when they attend the band’s concert in March.
Police in the Phoenixville area are searching for three suspects wanted in connection with a takeover robbery at a local bank.
There is a hefty reward for anyone who can provide information leading to an arrest of the suspects wanted for the robbery of an armored car in Philadelphia’s Holmesburg section.
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Hundreds of minority homebuyers in Philadelphia are being notified that they’ll soon get a piece of a multi-million dollar predatory lending settlement from Wells Fargo.
A city councilman thinks the city should yank hundreds of millions of dollars in deposits from Well Fargo, unless bank officials come in and explain their role in deals that cost the city and school district millions.
This was not your normal pep rally, not by a long shot.