Six reasons to consider private school for your child
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, around 5 million students in the United States attend private school.
Child luring incident reported in Lower Bucks County
Police are investigating a report of an attempted child luring on Sunday afternoon in Lower Southampton Township, Bucks County – a short distance from Northeast Philadelphia, where six other cases were reported last week.
Daylin Leach to host Goodstock 2017, a bootcamp for activists
Pennsylvania state Sen. Daylin Leach will host a bootcamp for activists in October.
SEPTA: Pregnant woman taken to hospital after overdosing twice in Kensington
A pregnant woman was taken to the hospital Monday evening after SEPTA transit police officers found her unconscious in Kensington shortly after administering Narcan to her for a heroin overdose.
Police arrest man in 3 child luring incidents in Northeast Philly
A Philadelphia man has been charged in connection with a string of attempted child luring incidents reported last week in Northeast Philly, police announced.
'Alt-right,' 'dog whistle,' 'troll' among 250 additions to Merriam-Webster dictionary
Merriam-Webster has added more than 250 new words and definitions to its collection and, following a trend set by the dictionary earlier this year following Kellyanne Conway’s “alternative facts” declaration, a good number of the additions are politically charged.
Kenny Chesney helps boys trapped by Hurricane Irma get to mom in Philadelphia
A pair of teen brothers looking to get to their mother in Philadelphia after losing their house during Hurricane Irma are safe and sound in the City of Brotherly Love, thanks to the help of one famous artist.
SEPTA updates come with a few new perks for Delaware riders
Though trying to ride SEPTA while the system is in the midst of upgrades can be one of the more trying experiences of the human predicament, the latest updates to the Wilmington/Newark line prove there is sometimes light at the end of the metaphorical SEPTA tunnel.
They called him 'whitest black kid' and it sparked a racial awakening
Even though it happened eight or nine years ago, Anthony Coleman remembers the moment as if it were yesterday.
CEO of Philly startup pushes back against sexist reply on LinkedIn
Amber Wanner, the founder of Philly-based tech-recruiting startup CandiDate, measured her words before responding forcefully to a sexist message she received from a local developer on LinkedIn.
WATCH: Kenney takes Philly's Amazon HQ pitch to Bloomberg
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is all in on landing Amazon's coveted second headquarters. In less than two weeks, the city whipped together a #PhillyDelivers campaign and got to work on putting together a proposal that will convince the global tech giant to bring thousands of new jobs to Philadelphia.