Surrounded by a crowd of orange-clad friends and supporters outside Finley Recreation Center in Mt. Airy during Tuesday’s primary election, Cherelle Parker said she wouldn’t be in her position without her “village.”
Increasing the graduation rate, reducing the dropout rate and improving student attendance are among the areas that School District of Philadelphia superintendent Tony Watlington Sr. said he would like the district to focus on in the future.
The Eagles reached the NFL-mandated 85-man roster limit on Tuesday by waiving three players with an injury designation.
While parts of southeast Pennsylvania continue to experience high heats, last week several thunderstorms broke a 6 day heat wave.
The Philadelphia Phillies triple-A affiliate, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs (42-36), fell short on Sunday evening as they lost to the Syracuse Mets (32-45) 5-4.
A city press release details 16 fun summer events in the Philadelphia area below
Streets Commissioner Carlton Williams announced today that construction activities for the Broad and Locust Streets Modified Intersection Improvement Project is expected to begin Tuesday, May 31.
Temperatures are rising as COVID-19 restrictions are falling, meaning that attractions across Pennsylvania are opening up for those of us that are sick of being indoors. Here are four places to visit at the start of summer.
The Office of Reentry Partnerships, in partnership with the Philadelphia Reentry Coalition, is celebrating Philadelphia Reentry Month all June!
The Lehigh Valley IronPigs (19-17) and Buffalo Bisons (20-16) split their doubleheader on Sunday afternoon.