La Salle Defends Plan To Sell Some Art Museum PiecesReaction in the art world was swift and harsh, at word that La Salle University planned to auction-off some of the works in its acclaimed art museum.
Philly High School Students Get Head Start On College CareersMore Philadelphia high school students are being given the chance to earn college credits, before they graduate high school.
Eagles Or Falcons? It's The Question Facing Alma Mater Of Quarterback Matt RyanAt Penn Charter, Matt Ryan is respected as one of the Quaker school's most accomplished alums.
Why Doesn't Nuclear Steam Turn To Snow?It's been so cold for so long around the region. But not cold enough to cause one particular phenomenon.
Safety First: Officials Say Road Salt Is NecessaryOfficials say it's a necessary evil, as crews work to keep snowy roads open.
Philadelphia To Ring In 2018 With 2 Firework DisplaysFireworks producer Ken Furstoss of the firm Pyrotecnico says each will include elements fans have never seen before.
Crews Loading Thousands Of Fireworks Shells In Bitter Cold Ahead Of New Year's EveIn 20-degree weather, a dozen workers from the fireworks firm Pyrotecnico unloaded explosives from rental trucks and arranged and wired them on barges at the Navy Yard.
Retailers Open 24 Hours For Last-Minute Holiday ShoppersSome area brick-and-mortar retailers are open 24 hours now, for last-minute holiday shoppers.
Attorney Seeks To Reopen 37-Year-Old Murder Case With DNA TestingA Delaware County judge has heard testimony on why DNA testing should be used to reopen a 37-year-old murder case.
Local Experts Weigh In On Wawa VacanciesWhen a small Wawa store closes to give way to a larger "Super Wawa," does it seem like the smaller location remains empty for an unusually long time?
Hola! Mayor Kenney Visits Students At Bilingual Charter SchoolMayor Kenney today made the 105th school visit of his term -- this time, to a charter that teaches in both English and Spanish.
Don't Be Steered Wrong: Ramps From Betsy Ross Bridge To Aramingo Ave Not Yet OpenThe newly-built ramps off the Philadelphia end of the Betsy Ross Bridge aren't ready to connect drivers to Aramingo Avenue just yet.
Book About A Tomato Is Teaching Children ToleranceSome Cobbs Creek fourth-graders are now published authors, thanks to their winning entry on the subject of tolerance.
Court Denies Bill Green's Bid Challenging His Removal As SRC ChairCommonwealth Court has turned away Bill Green's attempt to win back the chairmanship of the soon-to-be-defunct School Reform Commission.
Legacy Of Late Philadelphia School Board Member Lives On In Trade School GrantThe unfulfilled dream of a late member of Philadelphia's old school board has new life, helping students learn trades.