Cristo Rey High School Begins New Chapter In PhiladelphiaConstruction on the nearly $40 million project is expected to be finished by January 2019.
New App Teaches Deaf to PrayIt's called "Religious Signs for Families" - a sign language app available for Apple and Android devices.
Renovations Under Way Along Avenue of the Arts"The Avenue of the Arts" is touting an infrastructure investment as it prepares for its 25th anniversary celebration next year.
La Salle Students Give Thanks To Philly PoliceAmbassadors from La Salle University served an early Thanksgiving appreciation dinner on Thursday to the men and women in blue who work out of the 14th and 35th Police Districts.
Archdiocese Development Project Sparks National AttentionThe Philadelphia Archdiocese is drawing national attention for a major development project it calls "the Cathedral Block."
Cancer Researcher Says She's Optimistic About TreatmentsDr. Elizabeth Jaffee is the deputy director of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore and was part of a recent cancer forum in Philadelphia.
Tax-Free Online Shopping Opens For Veterans, RetireesOn this Veteran's Day, the Department of Defense has authorized a special benefit that could impact as many as 18.5 million military veterans and retirees.
High School Students Confront Hate And Bullying At ConferenceSome 400 students from high schools throughout the Delaware Valley gathered in the Pennsylvania Convention Center on Thursday for the Anti-Defamation League's "Courageous Conversations" conference.
Former Vice President Biden Says Voters Weary Of IncivilityA cancer forum at the National Constitution Center on Wednesday took a brief detour into politics with former Vice President Joe Biden mincing no words.
Saxbys Hosts Fundraiser To Support Community College Of PhiladelphiaCommunity College of Philadelphia's president Guy Generals says the proceeds of the event will go toward a fellowship for students.
2 Pa. Democratic Leaders Criticize GOP Tax Plan: 'This Is Just Rolling A Problem Downhill'U.S Senator Bob Casey and Governor Tom Wolf expressed concerns that the rhetoric from Capitol Hill bodes ill for Pennsylvanians.
Philadelphia Tackles Storm Water With Green SpacesIt's more than just new playgrounds being erected with gardens in Philadelphia. They're actually all part of the city's long-term plan to reduce the flow of storm water and pollution into the Delaware River.
Philly Church Musicians Plan 2018 Dublin PilgrimageThe Association of Church Musicians in Philadelphia is marking its 50th anniversary with a special pilgrimage set for next August.
Pennsylvania Granted Extension On REAL ID ComplianceThe Department of Homeland Security has granted Pennsylvania a nearly year-long extension to comply with the federal REAL ID Program.
Transformed Green Schoolyard Opens At Fishtown Elementary SchoolThe former asphalt surface at the Alexander Adaire School along East Palmer Street now contains a new, safer play area and a green space.