Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
Black Friday turned into Bad Friday for multiple shoppers across the country, including those at several stores in the Tri-State Area.
Last Thursday, a train was supposed to leave Philadelphia and end up in Penn Station, but there was a turn onto a wrong track, and it ended up lost in the Philly suburb of Cynwyd Line, Pa.
In dire need of a scoring outburst, the Philadelphia Flyers turned to a player with plenty of experience in that department.
A Libertarian candidate for a New Jersey State Senate seat was arrested for the second time in four months this week, for smoking marijuana at a protest.
A woman showed up very much alive nearly two weeks after her family members thought they had buried her in Trenton. The case has caused confusion, embarrassment, and outrage.
Philadelphia officials said someone doused the kitten with an accelerant and lit him on fire on April 25.
“Somebody needs to stand up and say this isn’t right,” said Sarah’s mother, Janet Murnaghan. “This is a human issue. This isn’t politics. This is a human issue.”
A New Jersey mother was charged this week with lying to multiple people and saying her son had cancer – including the 9-year-old boy himself.
When asked directly if Blatche approached him for a conversation, Carlesimo replied, “No. Uh-uh. We just — we went and played.”
“From all accounts, (Blatche) was not personally involved in any kind of assault or anything like that,” Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said, according to the New York Times.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
Today’s question: Do the Republicans really want to stop all abortion, no matter the circumstance?
This past weekend another burned dog was brought in to Crown Veterinary Specialists for life-saving treatment. It’s the seventh such burn victim, all from Philadelphia.
The team brought in by Penn State to investigate how the university handled molestation accusations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will release its highly anticipated report Thursday.