A husband and wife from Bustleton perished when fire engulfed their home just before midnight on Oct. 4.
Federal agents aren’t sure who he is or where he’s from, but they have video of him and want to talk to him about child abuse.
A man holding a knife in each hand didn’t quite carry out the robbery he expected at a Bridesburg convenience store last month.
A Wissinoming man succumbed in a hail of bullets outside his rowhome on Sept. 27, reportedly when he had stepped outside to smoke a cigarette.
Philadelphia police have released new information about their search for a hit-and-run driver who struck down a crossing guard on an Oxford Circle street corner on Sept. 21. Despite social media reports to the contrary, the motorist had not been captured or identified as of Tuesday morning.
Police Officers Robert Bakos and John Lee had a busy month in the 15th district.
The city’s Zoning Board of Adjustment approved the expansion of Immaculate Mary Center, but Holme Circle residents continue to oppose the decision.
The Friends of Pennypack Park encountered a few oddities when they gathered at the park’s Little City parking area on Sept. 24 for their monthly cleanup.
The title of a new book by a Temple University journalism professor raises a compelling and very timely question about how the public acquires its news nowadays.
Authorities have unmasked a “scary clown” who used social media to make a series of violent threats last weekend targeting numerous city schools.