Pa. Attorney General Joins Investigation Into Special Election Fraud ComplaintsPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is joining an investigation of last week's special election for a North Philadelphia state house seat.
It's For 'Reel!' Trout Season Set To Open In Southeastern PennsylvaniaTrout season opens Saturday morning in Southeastern Pennsylvania. But the local stream-stocking effort started early this month.
Pennsylvania Senate Moves Bill To Fix Unemployment Comp MessThe state Senate has has passed and sent to the House legislation that would pump money into Pennsylvania’s troubled unemployment compensation claims processing system.
Philly Tennis Great Denied Historical Marker At Germantown Cricket ClubBill Tilden, who dominated any tennis court he set foot on in the 1920's, will not get a plaque on his home court at Germantown Cricket Club.
Therapy Chickens? Backyard Hen Brings Comfort To Many In Philly AreaHaving animals around is known to be good for us and some people in the Philadelphia area are capitalizing on that in a very unique way.
Budding Entrepreneur Finds Unique Location For Cell Phone Repair BusinessA recent graduate of Temple University has launched a business that will keep him on campus for the foreseeable future.
High School Students Compete For Culinary Scholarships At DrexelA cooking competition at Drexel University is helping to give young chefs the opportunity of a lifetime.
NJ Governor's Former Aides Get Jail Terms While Christie Is Appointed To White House Panel On DrugsOn the same day that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie takes on a major advisory role within the Trump Administration, two former Christie aides are sentenced for their roles in the Bridgegate affair.
Gov. Wolf Highlights Importance Of Tech Startups At Pennovation CenterGovernor Tom Wolf dropped by the University of Pennsylvania Wednesday to talk with entrepreneurs and to highlight the importance of tech innovation for the state's economy.
Workshops Aim To Teach Philly High School Students Financial LiteracyPaul Robeson High School on Ludlow Street was the site for the first in a citywide series of seminars called "Money Smart."
Republicans Repeal Internet Privacy RuleFifteen Republicans joining 190 Democrats could not stop the House late Tuesday afternoon from voting to rip up broadband privacy rules passed late in the Obama administration.
Police: Baseball-Sized Rock Thrown Through Synagogue's WindowPolice say a maintenance worker at Temple Menorah Keneseth Chai found a baseball-sized stone thrown through the side window.