CBS3 Pet Project: Pets And The EclipseAs people prepare to watch the moon cross in front of the sun, many pet owners are wondering what impact, if any, the rare event will have on their dogs and cats.
SummerFest: The Pocono Mountains Is Filled With Shops, Restaurants & Breathtaking ViewsWelcome to Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania -- where the rails move tourists from place to place amid the beautiful scenery of the Lehigh Gorge in the Pocono Mountains.
CBS3 Pet Project: PSPCA Pet AdoptionIf you're considering adopting a pet from the SPCA there are several things you may want to know.
New Law Seeks To Crack Down On Animal Cruelty In New JerseyUnder a new law signed into effect this week dogs can no longer be chained or tethered outside overnight between the hours of 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.
CBS 3 Pet Project: Volunteering With PSPCA Benefits Animals And VolunteersCarol Erickson sits down with CBS 3’s Jan Carabeo to discuss how volunteering at the PSPCA can not only benefit the animals, but the volunteer as well.
Kids Celebrate National Night Out With Cops In BensalemBensalem Mayor Joe DiGirolamo says it's all about building a bond between kids and cops.
CBS3 Pet Project: Adopting Special Needs Animals
106-Year-Old Birthday Girl Says Keep On LaughingBorn at 8th and Sears in South Philadelphia on July 27, 1911, Mary now lives in Brant Beach, New Jersey.
Pet Translation Device Could Be Available Within 10 Years: ReportYou may be able to talk to your dog or cat in the next 10 years, according to a new report.
CBS 3 Pet Project: Dogs Are Not Vindictive, They Are Anxious Carol Erickson introduces us to this week's adoptable pets and words that can wound your pet.
CBS 3 Pet Project: Keeping Your Pets Safe During A FireThe things you need to know to keep you and your pets safe if a fire breaks out in your house.
$2 Salads To Celebrate New Center City Shop!“Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult. Our motto is ‘healthy for everyone’ which is why we set prices that work for students, parents, top executives, and everyone in between.” said Just Salad founder & CEO Nick Kenner.