Move-In Day For Thousands Of Freshmen Students At TempleIn North Philadelphia on Wednesday, more than 6,000 students were moving into dorms and apartments on Temple University's main campus.
Franklin Institute Offering Unique Eclipse Viewing ExperienceThere are few places better prepared for an eclipse watch party than the Franklin Institute.
South Jersey Congressman Takes Aim At OpioidsCongressman Donald Norcross is pushing for doctors to learn more about addiction.
Eagles Host Career Fair For VeteransThe Philadelphia Eagles opened their doors on Thursday for a career fair, where veterans are helping other veterans.
South Jersey Food Bank Gets Help From Local Shop RiteOn Thursday, a group of employees from Shop Rite visited the food bank to lend a hand and see just how far a dollar can go.
Camp Kids With Special Needs Beat Summer Heat At Franklin InstituteA group of 70 kids from the Variety Club Camp jumped and surfed their way through the swim zone, poked and prodded their way through the section dedicated to the human brain.
Jefferson Medical Students Receive Their White CoatsA new crop of students embarked on their journey to become physicians at Jefferson's Sidney Kimmel Medical School on Friday.
Former FBI Agent Shares Insight On Bucks County Body SearchA former FBI agent shared some of the tricks of the trade that eventually led to the gruesome discovery of four bodies.
Dunkin' Donuts Donation To Philabundance Brings Partnership To A MilestoneDunkin Donuts and Philabundance have been partners for years, and Wednesday's donation from Dunkin' Donuts pushed the partnership to a milestone.
Ground Broken In Delco On New Housing For Child Cancer PatientsFamilies from all around spend time in Philadelphia as their children receive cancer treatment at world class hospitals. For many, finding a place to stay during treatment is a serious struggle.
4th Of July Party On The Parkway Promises FunAmerica was born in Philadelphia and the City of Brotherly Love celebrates Independence Day like no place else.
From Africa To Philly, Refugee Never Stopped Chasing Dream Of GraduatingJohn Hashim's journey to a GED began in Congo, where by the age of 14 he'd he lost his entire family to tribal wars.
NJ Lawmaker Pushing To Name 'State Microbe'New Jersey has begun the process of naming an official state microbe.
Paoli Inventors Hopeful Medical Device Could Change Future For Doctors, PatientsDxtER wraps around the patient's wrist and connects to fingertip sensors. The device measures body temperature and blood pressure and can even detect pneumonia and diabetes.
Dozens Of Camden Students Complete Gang Resistance Program With PoliceStudents at Dudley Elementary School in Camden were celebrated Wednesday for graduating from an anti-gang program held by the police.