Saturday, February 13, 2016

Breaking News

2
hrs ago
A group of Haddonfield residents is calling on fellow borough dwellers to vote no in a $35.3 million school facilities bond referendum.
5
hrs ago
At first she didn't want to be a prostitute. Living on her own after running away from a Frankford group home, the 13-year-old didn't need the money when she first hit the streets. She bounced from house to house in the summer, sometimes sleeping in the back of a neighborhood store.
6
hrs ago
IF YOU THINK IT’S COLD NOW…… The temperature only reached 26 degrees this afternoon, which is 17 degrees below “normal”...
8
hrs ago
As his lawyers had vowed, Bill Cosby sought Friday to temporarily halt the sexual-assault prosecution against him while he challenges a Montgomery County judge's ruling that his case should proceed toward a trial.
9
hrs ago
Just two years into an ambitious 10-year growth plan that included increasing full-time undergraduate enrollment by nearly 30 percent, Rowan University has nearly met that goal, though it has fallen slightly behind in others.
10
hrs ago
Temperature this weekend are expected to plunge to near-record-cold levels. If you're worried about the frigid weather, here are some tips for keeping...
10
hrs ago
A unit of Argosy Capital, an investment firm in Wayne, bought Nationwide Industries Inc., a hardware maker in Tampa, Fla., for $22.2 million, the seller, P&F Industries Inc., said Friday.
4
hrs ago
Federal authorities on Friday accused a Philadelphia defense lawyer, a mainstay at the Criminal Justice Center, of laundering money and serving as the in-house counsel for a multimillion-dollar Maryland-based drug ring.
5
hrs ago
The water will be running from Mike McGraw's kitchen faucet all day Saturday, and again all day Sunday. And whatever that adds to his water bill, he says, will be a whole lot cheaper than the potential alternative: a burst pipe.
6
hrs ago
Philadelphia police are seeking an alleged shoplifter who left her child behind when she fled Macy's security in Center City.
7
hrs ago
Liberty Property Trust has received its first approvals from Camden's Planning Board for the $1 billion mixed-use project it plans along the Delaware waterfront.
8
hrs ago
GlaxoSmithKline, with major U.S. operations in the Philadelphia area, was fined $54.5 million, or 37.6 million pounds, Friday by a British competition authority for allegedly preventing less-expensive generic versions of its anti-depressant drug Seroxat from entering the market.
9
hrs ago
Philadelphia could soon become the next city to ban pet stores from selling commercially bred dogs and cats, a move that prioritizes adoption of rescue animals and is aimed at stopping the growth of so-called animal mills.
10
hrs ago
The chairman of a Delaware River neighborhoods association is raising concerns about a developer's apparent plans for the South Philadelphia waterfront site formerly owned by Sheet Metal Workers Local 19.
6
hrs ago
Mayor Kenney on Friday visited a high school for juvenile males charged with felonies, many of whom were African American.
6
hrs ago
Gov. Wolf stopped by Penn Treaty School on Friday as a part of his "Schools that Teach" tour, hoping to drum up support for his proposed 2017 budget, one that a Pennsylvania GOP spokesman calls a "fantasy."
7
hrs ago
Cannabis is once again a hot topic in Trenton. A few marijuana reform bills have been filed in the New Jersey Assembly just in time for Gov. Chris Christie's return from New Hampshire.
8
hrs ago
Municipal Court Judge Joseph J. O'Neill soon will be charged in a federal criminal case, a state judicial court said in a filing Friday.
The number of students sickened by a stomach virus at Ursinus College inched higher Friday, as school workers continued to sanitize and disinfect its buildings.