BOALSBURG, Pa. (AP) - Firefighters rescued two horses that fell into a frigid in-ground swimming pool in central Pennsylvania.
Three people were hospitalized and nearly 100 have been displaced after an overnight fire at a Montgomery County apartment complex.
Thousands go missing in Philly every year. Most are found. Will Kia Washington be among them?
Money was paid in December 2014, but reader wants to retire in June and therefore would be in a lower tax bracket.
Knife falls out of N. Philly kid's pocket and carves his life in clay.
Drugmaker Pfizer Inc. might grow, or break up, or some combination of both.
Chief executive officer Ian Read said Tuesday that Pfizer will keep looking for companies to buy and is taking the next steps to see whether its pieces are worth more than the sum of its parts.
Grants to benefit community projects
MEDIA The Delaware County Council approved federal grant funding last week for five community projects, totaling more than $550,000.
Old shoes sought for donations
WEST CHESTER Old shoes taking up room in your closet? A West Chester company wants them.
Truebright Science Academy Charter School is ramping up its fight to stay open past June.
The Olney school filed a petition in Commonwealth Court on Monday, challenging the Philadelphia School Reform Commission's 2013 decision not to renew its charter on several grounds, including poor academic performance.
Sister Marian Paul Schneider, 84, a parochial school teacher and principal who later worked with the elderly, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, of a heart ailment at McAuley Convent in Merion.
MILFORD, Pa. - A Pennsylvania prosecutor formally notified a court yesterday that he is seeking the death penalty for the survivalist accused of killing one state trooper and wounding another in a barracks ambush in September.
Nearly three years after Emily Whitehead was saved by a revolutionary cancer treatment at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the 9-year-old and her parents are being sought after by cancer charities, documentary producers, and families desperate for their own miracle.
Three women were hospitalized. City officials said a parapet wall came loose, crashing into and through the trendy Lululemon clothing store.
Both sides of the flap over Pa.'s Office of Open Records have so far acted badly, but there's still time to resolve the issue.
The man got a surprise when 2 police officers thwarted his alleged robbery attempt at a Dunkin' Donuts.
Snow or no snow, some businesses found creative ways to thrive. A11.
HORSHAM U.S. Reps. Patrick Meehan (R., Pa.) and Brendan Boyle (D., Pa.) are pressing the Navy to move faster on transferring the former Willow Grove Naval Air Station to a local redevelopment agency.
Voters sunk a measure Tuesday to make facility improvements at Sterling High School in Camden County that would have required increases in real estate taxes.
T. Milton Street Sr., the former state senator who ran for mayor in 2011 while on supervised release after doing time in federal prison, wants Philadelphia voters to know he is no felon.
Cooper University Health System CEO John P. Sheridan Jr. and his wife, Joyce, were found unresponsive and stabbed in their bedroom on a warm Sunday morning after a fire that was set swept through the second-floor room.
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T. Milton Street Sr., the former state Senator who ran for mayor in 2011 while on supervised release after serving time in federal prison, wants Philadelphia voters to know he is no felon.
Four candidates are now jocking for Philadelphia's top job.
They sell IT expertise to make small- and mid-size businesses run smarter and more efficiently.
Differing computer models and suddenly appearing systems proved to be challenges for Philly TV meteorologists.
Bucks bus crash victims file suit
Eleven Bucks County residents injured during a bus crash in Boston two years ago filed a civil suit in Massachusetts Monday against the driver and GPS manufacturer, among others, alleging negligence and seeking $15 million in damages.
MOUNT HOLLY At its "Fire and Ice Festival," Mount Holly will pair a chili contest with an ice-carving competition while the local community college raises funds for scholarships.
Ellis-Marseglia to chair DVRPC
DOYLESTOWN A Bucks County commissioner will chair the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, an organization that coordinates land and transportation projects across the Philadelphia area.
Admissions officials at Swarthmore College suspected last year that an extra 500-word essay on its application might have fueled a 16 percent drop in applicants, the largest in years.
The white house on Main Street is falling down. Its back porch is unstable, and its windows are broken. Inside, the walls are decaying and the floors are covered in debris.