HPV Vaccination Lags Behind Other Adolescent Vaccines In Philadelphia Region, Report FindsIn the Philadelphia area, less than half of all children 11 to 13 years of age got the vaccine that protects against the cancer-causing virus.
Red Cross Offers Tips To Avoid Spread Of Flu At Super Bowl 2018 PartiesEagles fever is the only fever you want for the Super Bowl.
Eagles Playoff Game Already Big Win For Philly-Area CaterersFans aren't the only one's gearing up for Saturday's Eagle's game. Some caterers are getting a rush of orders for those game-day parties.
Senator Casey Pushes To Have Funding For CHIP RestoredPennsylvania Democratic Senator Bob Casey is urging Congress to refund the Children's Health Insurance Program.
Police Issue Tips For Safe Shopping During HolidaysBlack Friday marks the official beginning of the holiday shopping season and police have some safety tips to help make sure a Grinch doesn't steal your Christmas.
University Of The Sciences Takes Steps To Increase EnrollmentThe university is building a new residence hall to replace the old facility, they've restructured their tuition for undergraduates and reduced it for professional programs beginning fall 2018.
Burlington County Animal Shelter Takes In Dogs Rescued From Hurricane HarveyTen dogs from the flood-ravaged Houston area are now at the shelter.
Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House Prepares For Major ExpansionThe 88 room addition will help the Ronald McDonald House on Chestnut Street provide more families with place to live while seeking medical care for their children in Philadelphia.
Bartram Trail Officially Opens To PublicThe new paved 1.1 mile trail travels through Bartram's Garden to the Grays Ferry Bridge in Southwest Philadelphia and connects to the Schuylkill River trail.
Philly Ranks Second Among Cities With Longest Commute Times, Data ShowsThe average Philadelphia commuter spends more than 31 minutes behind the wheel.
You Can Have Your Cupcake...And Drink Wine, Too!Wine and Cupcakes is the pairing of the month at Penns Woods Winery.
Philly Teachers Not Allowing Politics To Shift Their Focus At Education SummitMore than 200 educators met Saturday for the 4th annual Teach for America Greater Philadelphia's education summit. The group remains focused on quality education for young people regardless of the political climate.
Family Of Christina Grimmie Files Wrongful Death LawsuitThe family of slain Evesham Township, New Jersey singer, Christina Grimmie, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the concert promoter and the Orlando venue where she was shot.
Beatles Documentary 'Eight Days a Week' Gets Grammy NodThe Beatles documentary "Eight Days a Week" has been nominated for a Grammy award for Best Music film.
Elation To Devastation: How To Deal With Post-Election StressReactions to the presidential election vary depending on which candidate you supported. So how do we move forward following a race that many say divided a nation?