Temple University Basketball's Season Finale Vs. Wichita State Canceled Due To COVID-19 IssuesTemple's regular season ends with a 5-10 record and a 9th place finish in the AAC.
52-Year-Old Man Fighting For His Life After Stabbed Multiple Times In Nicetown, Philadelphia Police SayIt happened around 9 a.m. at a home on the 1600 block of Rowan Street.
Open For Business: Author Liz Lynch Targets Parents Of Picky Eaters In 'Pandas Love Pickles' Book SeriesTrying new foods can be a tough thing for finicky kids but one local author is helping parents introduce new flavors with a little help from pandas.
How Philadelphia Archdiocese Catholic Schools Have Maintained Full-Time, In-Person Learning During PandemicWhen a Catholic school would have a suspected COVID case, that class or cohort would migrate to virtual learning.
Philadelphia Area Schools, Bookstores Respond After 6 Dr. Seuss Books Stop Publishing Due To Racist, Insensitive ImagerySome of the six Dr. Seuss books that will no longer be published include “If I Ran The Zoo" and "And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street," which include characters some say are based on racial stereotypes.
Stadium Guide: What You Need To Know Before Heading Out To Wells Fargo Center, Citizens Bank ParkHere is what you need to know before heading out to each stadium.
Wells Fargo Center Allowing Fans Back Sunday As Philadelphia Eases COVID-19 Events RestrictionsPhiladelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley announced Tuesday that the city is changing its events restrictions to match Pennsylvania's new limits for indoor and outdoor events.
New Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives In DelawareHowever, the initial allotment is small, and it will be given to people already on waiting lists.
Lawmakers Call On Gov. Wolf To Release Pennsylvania Prisoners At Highest Risk Of Contracting COVID-19Those advocating for the prisoner release demonstrated Tuesday outside the state correctional institution in Chester.
US Will Be Able To Vaccinate All Adults By End Of May, President Joe Biden SaysThat's two months earlier than anticipated.
PSPCA Rescues 47 Rabbits, Including Days-Old Babies, From Lancaster County Property Due Poor Welfare ConditionsForty-seven rabbits, inlcuding several days-old babies, were rescued by the Pennsylvania SPCA from a property in Lancaster County on Monday.