PAL Championship Baseball Teams Honored During Closing CeremonyThe Police Athletic League held its Citywide Baseball Championship ceremony on Wednesday recognizing the hard work young players put in over the last few months.
Hundreds Of Children Take To The Hardwoods During PAL Day At PalestraPhiladelphia's Police Athletic League organized a day for kids from each center to play basketball and other games at the University of Pennsylvania's famous indoor sports arena, The Palestra.
Local Girls Of Color Participate In Workshop Aimed At Boosting Self-EsteemHundreds of young ladies from around the city came out to the black doll affair.
Sixers Owner Harris Makes $3.5 Million Donation To PALThis is the largest gift to the Philadelphia Police Athletic League in its 68 year history.
Before US Women's Soccer There Was Althea GibsonAs a young girl, Althea Gibson worked as a sharecropper and later in 1957, also caught the public's attention as the first person of color to win at Wimbledon.
PAL To Honor CBS Radio's Marc RayfieldThe Police Athletic League tonight bestows its highest honor to three prominent Philadelphians -- including CBS Radio Senior VP and Philadelphia market manager Marc Rayfield.
NJ Officer Admits Taking $18K From Police Athletic LeagueA New Jersey police officer has admitted taking roughly $18,000 from a Police Athletic League group for his own personal use.
Police Athletic League Of Philadelphia Helps Hundreds Of Local Teens Get Ready For The PromThe prom boutique let more than 200 girls take their pick of new and gently used dresses.
Philadelphia Teens Become Honorary City Officials For The DayEighteen Philadelphia students are spending the day getting an insider's view of City Hall, as part of the annual PAL DAY activities.
Police Athletic League Takes Over Palestra for a Play Day For Area SchoolkidsPhiladelphia's cathedral of college basketball played host to girls and boys involved in the Police Athletic League's annual President's Day play day.
Marnie Schneider, Using Sports To Help Kids ThriveThe granddaughter of onetime Eagles' owner Leonard Tose is grateful for the opportunities that sports gave her in her life, so she's helping young people benefit from sports programs.