LANGHORNE Military deployment is hard on the soldiers who serve around the world and on the families back home who worry about them.
To Lucress Irizarry, the July 2012 birthday party for State Sen. LeAnna Washington was like any other laid-back summer gathering.
COATESVILLE Citing allegations of bias against minorities in student discipline and special education, the Pennsylvania NAACP has recommended that the U.S. Justice Department monitor the Coatesville Area School District and investigate whether it is complying with federal law.
TRENTON Gov. Christie's administration on Friday won more time from the state Supreme Court to write new rules to jump-start the state's affordable housing program.
Catholic Health Care Services which operates six nursing homes and a retirement home, had an operating profit of $3.9 million in the year ended June 30.
The Philadelphia Historical Commission on Friday granted Live Nation permission to gut the lavish interior of Center City's landmark Boyd Theater, opening the way for the building's sale to a Florida entertainment company and the construction of a high-end multiplex on Chestnut Street.
SEPTA riders won't have to worry about the possibility of a transit strike for at least three weeks. Leaders of Transport Workers Union Local 234 said Friday that Philadelphia bus drivers, subway and trolley operators, and maintenance workers will remain on the job despite the expiration at 12:01 a.m. Saturday of their labor contract.