On the heels of the conviction of a high-ranking Catholic church official, veteran attorneys and a victims' advocate encourage childhood sexual abuse victims to speak up.
During a sweep of Northeast Philadelphia stores last week, police seized more than $200,000 in drug paraphernalia
Salesian Gospel Roads plans Christian service retreats for teens each summer.
Synthetic marijuana was seized from two Northeast Philadelphia stores yesterday and today as part of a statewide law-enforcement sweep called “Operation Artificial High.”
— The first top official in the Roman Catholic Church to be convicted of shielding child-molesting priests is going to have plenty of time to do some reflection — in prison
— Science in the Summer was founded 26 years ago to spark an interest in the subject among girls and minorities.
"This is probably the most important development that this community will see in the next century." — Stan Cywinski, president of the Upper Holmesburg Civic Association