Is it the end for Google+? The tech giant is decoupling more features from its social network.
A Philadelphia team is the new International Youth Poetry Slam Champion. Philly Youth Poetry Movement won the finals of the Brave New Voices competition in Atlanta, last week.
A family film festival with a heavy emphasis on titles with a Philadelphia connection will be held during the World Meeting of Families the last week of September.
Officials in Wildwood were warning swimmers about a moderate risk of rip currents again Sunday after the near drowning of four people one day earlier.
Union members working for Verizon in nine states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, have voted to authorize a strike, if necessary.
The opening of the Dallas-based Studio Movie Grill, which has chosen 69th Street as its first location in the entire state, is expected to help restore luster to the historic strip.
Four people had to rescued from the ocean in Wildwood, New Jersey Saturday morning after they went swimming before lifeguards went on duty.
Thousands of Muslims from throughout the country are visiting Philadelphia this weekend for the 33rd annual Riyaadah Games at St. Joseph’s University.
Two major blocks of downtown Camden, New Jersey will be closed to traffic all week, beginning today, for the demolition of a vacant, eight-story building, once hailed as a sign of revitalization.
U.S. Women’s soccer star Carli Lloyd’s whirlwind victory tour stopped at the Blue Barn Recreation Center in Evesham, New Jersey on Wednesday.
If you live in southern New Jersey and are making plans to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia in late September, you might want to keep your options open. Local officials say they’re getting ready and that safety is a top priority.
Several hundred Salvation Army summer campers spent Wednesday at Citizen’s Bank Park for the Day With The Philadelphia Phillies Christmas In July event.
With a busy Supreme Court term in the books, Samuel Alito now has time to enjoy a ballgame. The justice is talking about being a long-time Phillies fan — and also about his opposition to the landmark ruling on gay marriage.
The Commissioner of Licenses and Inspections is defending the use of 15-thousand taxpayer dollars to run online ads designed to look like news articles — ads that put a positive spin on the beleaguered department.
Twenty years after a woman’s head and torso were found in Chester County, and her legs found in Bucks County, police are once again reaching out to the public for help in trying to identify her.