A nephew Jimmy Gilch didn't live to see has co-authored, with historian Michael Adas, a book that brings to life one soldier's journey into the quagmire' that was the Vietnam War.
The woman, whose body was found Saturday, was killed by blunt force trauma.
In the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that mandatory life-without-parole sentences are unconstitutional for juveniles, Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Barbara McDermott will decide whether Andre Martin is due a second chance.
Mr. Leibovitz came from humble beginnings. His parents ran a children's clothing store near the Italian Market. He was the first of his family to attend college.
The statue of slain civil-rights figure and baseball star Octavius V. Catto is dedicated at a City Hall ceremony.
DIMOCK, Pa. (AP) - Two families have settled their lawsuit alleging that one of Pennsylvania's biggest gas drillers contaminated their well water, six months after a federal judge threw out a multimillion-dollar jury verdict in the case.
When LeAnn Rimes' voice takes over, "quiet descends over the boardwalk. It's like somebody hit the pause button for 90 seconds."
The discovery followed a weekend during which at least three people drowned at Jersey Shore beaches.
Teacher, ball player, civil rights activist, Catto was assassinated for his efforts in 1871. His statue is the first on Philadelphia public property to recognize a specific African American.
Secretary of State Pedro Cortes said that based on the limited information federal authorities gave him late last week, the hackers tried to "scan" the state's election data to see whether there were ways to penetrate the system.
The Delaware County District Attorney's Office announced Friday that Ahr was under investigation for undisclosed reasons.
Amazon described public transportation and highway access as a priority in its request for proposal, and the city believes Philadelphia can meet the demand.
The Board of Revision of Taxes is back from vacation and busier than usual.
The board, which has been criticized in the past for only holding hearings twice a week, is meeting four times week through at least the end of the year to clear a backlog of appeals and get ready for an expected flood of new...
Mr. Sherman never complained about his lot in life. He was the center of the family, lived in the moment, and never felt sorry for himself, said his father.