Philadelphia Library Launches Musical Instrument Lending ProgramThe Free Library of Philadelphia is adding musical instruments to the list of items you can borrow for free.
Montgomery County Lawyer Accused Of Raping Former Client Faces New ChargesA Montgomery County attorney already facing rape charges is now accused of a handful of additional felonies, after police say he lied to access confidential information about his accuser.
SEPTA Sees Big Drop In Revenue Following Regional Rail IssuesBusch says SEPTA estimates it lost about $7 million in fare revenue.
Gloucester County Animal Shelter Holds Special Cat Adoption EventIt's the "tail end" of kitten season -- the time of year stray and some pet cats give birth to their litters of kittens. That means overcrowded shelters.
Don't Plan On Driving While Wearing Your New AirPodsWith the buzz surrounding Apple's new AirPod wireless ear buds, it's worth reminding drivers that it's illegal in Pennsylvania to wear earphones while you're behind the wheel.
A Call To Action On Solemn Anniversary Of 9/11A solemn ceremony in Philadelphia marked the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks, featuring a march through the streets of Old City and remarks from Mayor Jim Kenney and other dignitaries.
Rising Sea Levels Could Soon Become Our ProblemPerry recommends residents encourage their elected representatives to pass laws that will help stop global warming.
Students Grateful For Half Day Of School In Sweltering Heat"It's way too hot in there. We're, like, sweating pools of water to a point where, we're just sitting in our own sweat."
20,000 Dead Fish Vacuumed Out Of Waters Near Little Egg HarborWorkers vacuumed up about 20,000 of the young menhaden floating in Great Bay and dumped them in landfills.
Family, Community Grieve For Camden Girl Killed In CrossfireThey lit candles and joined hands in prayer in eight-year old Gabrielle Carter’s memory.
How To Get Tickets For This Year's Liberty Medal CeremonyU.S. Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis will be honored next month with the National Constitution Center's Liberty Medal.
Study: Phildelphians Would Be Healthier If Air Was CleanerA new report ranks Philadelphia 25th of cities who have the most to gain from meeting air quality standards.
SEPTA Posts Adjusted Weekday Schedules For Several LinesSome of the routes are getting additional trains as SEPTA makes use of leased cars.
Officials To Announce Tomorrow Whether CJC Will Reopen On MondayA statement from the mayor's office says workers will continue testing the elevators this weekend.
Local Expert Weighs In On Whether Olympics Are Fun Or FraudA Villanova sports law professor blames the International Olympic Committee.