Rescue groups, animal-based services and animal lovers gathered at Saturday’s Fur Follies event to promote animal welfare.
Mental Health First Aid, a free early intervention and public education training program, is available in the Philadelphia area.
A real estate development firm specializing in senior housing unveiled its proposal for the former Liddonfield Homes site last Thursday during the monthly meeting of the Upper Holmesburg Civic Association.
Philadelphia City Councilman Bobby Henon withdrew a controversial bill last week that would allow the city to spend more than $7 million to buy waterfront property for the possible construction of a new prison.
The candidates are set for the Aug. 11 special election in the 174th Legislative District.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, 1331 E. Wyoming Ave., recently hosted a session on therapeutic laughter with the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor in conjunction with the hospital’s sponsorship of AATH’s 28th annual conference at the Hilton hotel at Penn’s Landing.
Donate hair for cancer patients
Archbishop Ryan searches for a principal, while Father Judge and St. Hubert will have new presidents in 2015-16.
As the city expands its network of bicycle lanes, some critics want to put the brakes on a new idea.
The first graders at St. Christopher School in Somerton organized an Alex’s Lemonade Stand at the school on June 3.