Head Of Philadelphia Area Planning Group Weighs In On Trump Talk On TransportationPresident Trump's recent take on transportation funding is getting some in the Philadelphia region who feel the federal government needs to be heavily invested in projects a little nervous.
Gov. Wolf Hears Feedback From Pennsylvania Residents On RedistrictingThe clock is ticking. Gov. Wolf says he expects to have a new redistricting map in hand for review by the end of next week.
Philadelphia Fire Department's Special Mission Looks To Honor Fallen BrotherWhile investigators continue to probe the cause of the Jan. 6 blaze that killed Capt. Matthew LeTourneau and another man, firefighters say the work of protecting and saving lives must continue.
Volunteers Assist In Point-In-Time Survey To Help Combat HomelessnessAmong the volunteers working on the data collection are some who have been homeless themselves.
Mayor Kenney Praises City-Wide Benefits From Eagles Playoff RunMayor Jim Kenney says those who help make football go at The Linc every weekend are sharing in the spoils of the Birds playoff run.
Archdiocese Begins Annual Catholic Charities AppealThis the 60th anniversary of the Catholic Charities effort for the archdiocese.
Wolf Visits Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House After Approving $1 Million Expansion GrantWolf says the state's recent contribution of $1 million from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital program is a good investment.
Newstand, Book Store Close Up Shop At SEPTA Suburban StationIf you're looking for a newspaper, a magazine or a book to take with you on your ride out of SEPTA's suburban station, you're out of luck.
Vatican, Pope Francis Honor 28 Philadelphians For Exceptional ServicePope Francis approved the special honors for 28 individuals.
Philadelphia's MLK Day Of Service Looks To Set RecordPhiladelphia is gearing up for the annual Martin Luther King Day of Service later this month.
Signer Beware: PA Attorney General Urges Caution On Gym ContractsAttorney General Josh Shapiro says it's easy to be convinced to sign up for a gym with all the incentives many are offering at this time of year.
Brutal Weather Conditions Impact Road Work Across Our RegionPennDOT's spokesperson Bob Kent says the cold temperatures are bringing a temporary pause or slow down to various projects.
Drexel Shrine Closing to Public, Motherhouse Sale NearsThe planned closing and sale of the Bensalem convent started some 125 years ago by Philadelphia's St. Katharine Drexel is drawing closer.
Philly Boat Builder Makes Re-Enactment PossibleIt was looking pretty bleak for this year's annual Christmas Day re-enactment of Washington Crossing the Delaware River in Bucks County.
NJ Environmental Chief Commits To Camden Waterfront ParkNew Jersey's environmental commissioner came to Camden on Wednesday to deliver on the outgoing Christie administration's promise to move forward the plans for conversion of a former landfill into a community park.