Ed Kelly was honored last week as he returned to the stage he built 30 years ago in Pennypack Park.
Philadelphians either loved or hated Frank L. Rizzo’s outspoken ways, but his brother recalled a different side to the former mayor and police commissioner.
A Northeast couple’s dream is about to come true — starting a charter school for autistic children. It’ll soon open in the old Lower Dublin Academy.
Panels are being installed on roofs of a Rhawnhurst apartment complex, and the state DEP likes what it sees.
The 2012 Pennsylvania primary is scheduled for April 24, and the presidential election will top the ballot.
How comprehensive is the Washington exhibit at the National Constitution Center? Well, it even has his dentures.
The Rev. James E. Dalton, a 1962 Judge graduate, is returning to his roots as the Crusaders’ new principal.
The staff at the JCC Klein Branch recently honored the memory of colleague Nina Cohen, who died June 1 after a brief battle with cancer.
The 40-plus police officers and firefighters honored last week at state Sen. Shirley Kitchen’s 14th annual appreciation banquet seemed genuinely pleased to be singled out for outstanding work.
Like many people who grew up in a Mayfair row home with a small back yard, Kathryn Ott Lovell looked elsewhere for recreation.