Trending now on Twitter (and promoted by Amazon), it's #BlackFriday.
What did you think?
It's the cold morning after Thanksgiving and the discount fueled retail tradition that had no name beyond Philadelphia a quarter century ago, is in full swing.
KIRKWOOD, Pa. (AP) - Eight people were injured when a sport-utility vehicle slammed into a horse-drawn buggy in Pennsylvania Dutch country.
Rocky, tap dancers and animal balloons.
Four were convicted of lying to a grand jury or the FBI and face sentencing soon.
Thanksgiving is traditionally known for food, family and football. Some have added a fourth custom: shopping.
Monday is deadline to apply
for Haverford volunteer positions
HAVERFORD TWP. Residents looking to volunteer for positions on boards or commissions have until Monday to submit a letter to the township manager.
Robert O'Donnell could barely sleep.
Along his Moorestown street Saturday evening, at a neighboring home, someone had shattered the glass of two sliding doors, run to the upstairs bedroom, and snatched a necklace - all with the intruder alarm blaring.
A 30-year-old man was stabbed to death Thursday morning in the Overbrook section of the city, police said.
The victim, whose name was not immediately released by police, was attacked shortly after 10 a.m.
Boarded-up homes served as stash houses for drugs. Vacant lots were filled with trash. Children took detours on their way home from school to avoid the area.
On the summer Sunday after a white policeman killed a black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., the Rev. Mark Kelly Tyler climbed his historic Society Hill pulpit to introduce his congregants to a minister in Ferguson - via speakerphone.
ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) - Police are searching for three men a jeweler says stole about $250,000 worth of Rolex watches from a central Pennsylvania mall.
Longtime renters seek guidelines to follow to protect themselves.
Little has been said for the last year about separate investigations into two police commanders and an ex-detective.
After nearly a decade of haranguing Philadelphia government officials on issues of ethics and transparency, the policy director and interim president of the watchdog group Committee of Seventy is stepping down.
As a child, Sara Clarice Mosley Pettiford cultivated a passion for teaching by playing school with her dolls as pupils.
Downingtown ready for Small Business Saturday
DOWNINGTOWN If you're looking to support some local businesses after Black Friday, head to Downingtown on Saturday.
Tax increase unlikely
under proposed county budget
DOYLESTOWN Taxpayers likely will see no increase in their county taxes next year, according to Bucks County's proposed budget for 2015.
Among the 40 applications for new charters the Philadelphia School District has received is a novel proposal for a high school for at-risk students that would combine online course work and instruction that would equip them to graduate to skilled jobs.
The McBride family from Northeast Philadelphia started their Christmas season with a trip to Christmas Village on Thanksgiving Day.
By 5:30 p.m., Dylan, 6, and Danny, 3 - both of whom are on Santa's "nice" list - were with their parents in the Macy's lobby on Juniper Street, waiting for the store to open.
Chester High School freshman Jameisha Johnson is the first to admit that school was not working for her. She struggled academically, had serious behavioral issues, and was placed in an alternative-school program.
PHOENIX (AP) - If Christian Avila lived a few hundred miles to the west, he would have a driver's license, qualify for in-state college tuition and a host of other opportunities available to young people granted legal status by President Barack Obama two years ago.
Councilman Johnson and developer Feibush clash on who should get city-owned land.
Following in the footsteps of the popular Spruce Street Harbor Park, the Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest opens today.
Jonah Selber is an unlikely philanthropist.
When he was born, doctors told his parents that he was severely retarded, so damaged that he should be put in an institution for the rest of his life.
WASHINGTON - The Pentagon is for the first time requiring private security contractors to meet a series of certifiable standards that govern how their businesses are run and how they operate overseas, a move that some say is long overdue.
MONTGOMERYVILLE The Montgomery Township finance department was recognized by the Board of Supervisors at its meeting Monday for receiving a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in financial reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association.
Few if any New Jersey pigs may be affected by Gov. Christie's decision, due Monday, on a bill to prohibit a farming practice of confining pregnant sows in cages so narrow they can't turn around.
Sobriety checkpoints popped up throughout Pennsylvania the day before Thanksgiving to crack down on impaired drivers during the holiday, one of the biggest travel periods of the year.
When students at Camden's UrbanPromise Academy high school learned they would have the chance to design Christmas ornaments to be displayed on New Jersey's tree in Washington, they wanted to reflect the range of cultures in the city and the state.
The two windows that once offered a view into the master bedroom at the Sheridan household in Montgomery Township's Skillman section remain boarded up. The gaping hole in the roof of the two-story yellow house on Meadow Run Drive has been repaired.