Investigation Of Ocean City Beach Patrol Sexual Misconduct Allegations Continues, Mayor Adds Resources To Enforce City PoliciesSeveral submissions alleged sexual assault. One comment began, "This page should've been made years ago."
$1 Million Pennsylvania Lottery Scratch-Off Sold At Philadelphia CVSIt was sold at the CVS on the 1300 block of Rhawn Street in Northeast Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Weather: Sun To Peak Through As Region Sees Cold, Windy Temperatures ThursdayThe big weather story in the Philadelphia region is it's going to be cold and windy. A few wind-driven snow showers cannot be ruled out far north and west of the city through the afternoon.
Cheesesteaks, French Fries To Power Philadelphia? New Partnership Turning Restaurant Grease Into Green EnergyLifecycle Renewables and Vicinity Energy will recycle more than one million gallons of restaurant waste each year.
EXCLUSIVE: Former Eagles Safety Malcolm Jenkins Opening 1,000 Savings Accounts For StudentsThe accounts will be open for students in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, and Louisiana.
Andrew Knapp's Walk-off Single Helps Phillies Avert 3-Game Sweep Against Former Manager Gabe Kapler's GiantsAndrew Knapp hit the winning single in the ninth inning.
'It's Time To Get It': FEMA COVID-19 Vaccination Sites In Philadelphia Catching Up To DemandIt looks like in Philadelphia supply has finally caught up with the demand.
COVID In Philadelphia: Residents Can Now Schedule Their Own COVID-19 Vaccine AppointmentUp until Wednesday, residents needed to receive an invitation from the city’s health department.
'Now We Can Take A Breath': Philadelphia Athletes, Sports Teams React To Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict In Murder Of George FloydPhiladelphia athletes are speaking out about Tuesday's guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
Philadelphia Police: 59-Year-Old Juan Guerra Charged In Murder Of Homeless Man Near Convention CenterOfficers were doing a wellness check on the homeless population on the 100 block of North 13th Street at 7:28 a.m. Tuesday.
Philadelphia Parks And Rec Reopens Bathrooms, Other Amenities As Weather Begins To Get WarmerThe Philadelphia Parks and Recreation Department wants Philadelphians to know they have reopened several amenities as the weather begins to get warmer.
Former Philly Public Defender Says Derek Chauvin Sentence 'Will Depend On What Judge Feels Will Deter Others From Committing Such Acts'Keir Bradford-Grey is the former chief public defender in Philadelphia and now practices law in the private sector in Montgomery County with McCracken, Walker, and Rhodes.
Brotherly Love: Garden Project In Wilmington Planting A Better Future For The Birds, Bees, MoreDuring Earth Week, a garden project in Wilmington is just getting started, and it will grow all year.
'One Step Closer Toward Justice': Philadelphia Area Leaders, Citizens React To Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict In Murder Of George FloydFormer Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been found guilty on all three counts, including second-degree murder, in the May 2020 death of George Floyd.
Atlantic County COVID-19 Vaccine Mega-Site To Offer Hundreds Of Walk-In Vaccination Appointments This WeekThe walk-up vaccine appointments will be available on April 21-23 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the mega-site in Atlantic City.