CBS3 Awards Temple Journalism Student Nicolle Majette With First Trudy Haynes ScholarshipThis Women's History Month, Eyewitness News is helping the next generation of women make their mark.
'They Carried Us' Filled With Women Who've Galvanized Extraordinary Movements In PhiladelphiaThese women are all trailblazers affecting change here in Philadelphia that lives on.
Women's History Month: Eleanor Sampson's Legacy Lives On At Martin Luther King High School, Across The WorldSampson was the first African American music teacher in the Philadelphia School District and her legacy spanned decades.
Women's History Month: CHOP Doctor Leading Team That Has Developed Revolutionary Treatment For Childhood CancerDr. Mosse isn't just on the cutting edge of science and saving lives, she's also about to be promoted to a full professor.
Cycling Group 'Queens Rule Together' Is Racing Towards Gender EqualityCall them road bike royalty.
100 Women Of Philadelphia Donates $12,000 Toward Internship Programs At Big Picture PhiladelphiaCBS3 continues to celebrate Women's History Month.
South Jersey Mom And Entrepreneur Who's Using Dance To Break Down BarriersDana Ampy, an entrepreneur and community activist, opened Amped to Dance Studio determined to make dance a safe haven for anyone and everyone who wants to give it a try.
Fencing Coach Nikki Franke Helped Blaze Trail For Women At Temple UniversityEyewitness News anchor Natasha Brown introduces us to a coach who helped blaze a trail at Temple. 
Dr. Amy Goldberg Leads One Of Busiest Trauma Centers In Philadelphia Region: 'It Feels Like It's Ground Zero'She is nationally recognized not only as a trauma surgeon but also for fighting gun violence.
Local High School Flag Football Program Paving Way For New Kind Of PlayerEarlier this month, the girls played a showcase game at Lincoln Financial Field, including a tour, photos, and tunnel run.
Local Woman Transforming Historic Germantown Building Into Café, Safe Creative Space Hopes To Open In FallA woman is on an incredible mission to transform a historic building in Germantown into a creative space for the entire neighborhood. Like so many projects during the pandemic, there have been setbacks and challenges.
'Don’t Give Up': Delaware County Mother Who Lost Son To Cancer Helping Others Deal With Grief Through Nehemiah Hope FoundationShe lost three children – yet chooses to share her loss with members of the same grieving community. To not only talk about loss but to become a lifeline to those who have just lost hope.
Organon, Company With Philly Ties, Gives Employees Day Off To Focus On Health On International Women's DayA health care company devoted to the needs of women is celebrating this International Women's Day with a special perk.
Women's History Month: Philadelphia Police Officer Releases Children's Book To Inspire, Teach ChildrenOfficer Vanessa Washington is using her position as a community relations officer to inspire children and teach them valuable life lessons.
How Have Women Been Impacted By The COVID-19 Pandemic? CBS News Airs In-Depth 'Women And The Pandemic' Series, Time.com Releases New ReportA new in-depth report looks at the challenges faced by many women during the pandemic.
Best Book Club Picks For Women's History MonthMarch is Women’s History Month and our sister company Simon & Schuster has put together a list of book club picks that celebrate female voices!
Top Places To Celebrate Women's History Month 2014Explore Philadelphia's history this March for Women's History Month. Here are the top five places you should considering visiting.
Top Ways To Celebrate Women's History Month 2013 In PhiladelphiaThis March, celebrate Women's History Month with events and activities honoring local women of the past, present and future.