Philadelphia police say one of the teens, seen in an online video vandalizing cars, has turned himself in.
A young man strides purposefully into the woods as a cameraman asks what he’s about to do. “About to go beat up this bum,” the man in the video says.
While most school systems identify bullies and use suspension as a deterrent, Needham Youth Services is trying to rehabilitate them through counseling.
In his first bid for mayor, then-city councilman Michael Nutter swept to victory by better than a 4-to-1 margin over Republican business leader Al Taubenberger in a mild-mannered affair that ended with Taubenberger introducing his opponent as mayor-elect the next day.
Familiar, certainly, and maybe even predictable. But executed like a well-timed kick to the solar plexus, “Warrior” is terrific.
A Philadelphia man is taking a stand against so-called “bandit signs” that he says are causing blight on the city. More so, the advertising signs are illegal.
The Internet can be a dangerous thing. Like when my boss sees a Japanese video explaining how to cool your hot car, and the boss says, ‘Go try that!’
Singing the National Anthem doesn’t usually get Battalion Chief John Grillone in trouble, but when a YouTube video surfaced of Grillone singing it in a firehouse, the Philadelphia Fire Commissioner charged that Grillone’s conduct was unbecoming.
How can you sell your car, your home, your piano or almost anything faster? There’s a free marketing tool people are using to boost interest in their online sales ads; here’s how you can make it work for you, too.
An expert in social media says President Obama’s Twitter-based town hall meeting allowed the president to capitalize further on his expertise with the new tools of politics.
Health officials have declared war on obesity. But some people who are overweight say they’re being shamed about their weight, treated like they’re less than human, and they want it to stop.
If you visit to the Youtube channel “Rob’s World” for a Temple dental student talking about origami or Rubik’s Cube, you’ll first be greeted by an ad.
Dover police have made a seventh arrest in a street brawl last week that injured two people and was caught on tape.
Philadelphia police are looking for some “video villains,” and they want the public’s help.
Never before have people been able to connect to the police department like they can now. People are connecting through the department’s web site, Twitter or Facebook accounts and sending in tips.
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