Liberation Day Luncheon Held In WynnewoodMore than 150 Holocaust Survivors from Greater Philadelphia participated in an annual event to celebrate Liberation Day: the end to Hitler's 3rd Reich.
Company Creates 'Touch Tour' To Provide Up-Close And Personal Tours For The BlindA local tour company is working to provide up-close and personal tours for the blind to some of Philly's most popular attractions.
Philly Soda Tax At Forefront Of Health Department Budget HearingThere's been a massive advertising effort both for and against the soda tax proposed for Philadelphia. But, in the end, it will be City Council that decides on it, and there was a glimpse into what members are considering at Tuesday's Health Department budget hearing.
Instagram Highlighted At Philly Tech WeekThe folks at Philly Tech Week assembled a panel of social media managers and marketing professionals to discuss the the power of the platform, and how it's more than just a pretty picture.
Sisters Of The Blessed Sacrament's Bensalem Motherhouse Up For SaleThe Motherhouse, founded by Philadelphia's St. Katharine Drexel in Bensalem, is up for sale and the order of nuns who have been there for more than a century will move out of this historic property next year.
Thanks, But No Thanks: Mike Rowe Is Not Running For Vice PresidentTelevision host Mike Rowe appreciates the support of his fans, but he's not interested in running for Vice-President.
3 On Your Side: What The Government Does With Your Income Tax DollarsWith tax season now over, hopefully you got a refund instead of owing Uncle Sam. But did you ever wonder what the government does with your income tax dollars?
Cousins Shot Overnight In North Philly, But Police Say Something Isn't Adding UpChief Inspector Scott Small tells CBS 3 Eyewitness News that something about their story doesn't add up.
Friends Share Their Stories Of Conquering Breast CancerTwo friends share their inspiring stories of how they conquered breast cancer.
AAP Recommends New Term For Brief, Unexplained Events In Infants With No Underlying Health ProblemsThe American Academy of Pediatrics has released its first clinical practice guideline for infants less than one year old who have experienced a brief resolved unexplained event.
New Jersey Officials Look For Feedback On Later Start Times For StudentsOfficials with the New Jersey Department of Education held the first of three public meetings at Camden County College to see what parents, educators, and students think about later start times for the middle and high school classes.
Public To Get Rare Look Inside New Mormon Temple In PhiladelphiaA new Mormon temple will soon open in Philadelphia and the public is invited to take a tour this summer.

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