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With the Philadelphia Phillies’ season over, my betting focus can finally turn full-steam ahead to football – as if it already hadn’t!
Unfortunately for President Barack Obama, the whole world was watching, and his poor performance glared brighter than the spotlights that shone on him.
Ideally, this is the first in a two-part series. Next week, I hope I’ll be able to report about my first time running the Steamtown Marathon through Scranton and its environs.
Effective today, Lt. Jonathan D. Josey II, a 40-year-old, 19-year veteran Highway Patrolman, will lose his job after video captured him punching a woman on Sunday.
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said he would make a decision soon about the case involving Lt. Jonathan Josey, who was caught on tape punching a woman in the face.
Excuses tend to take on a snowball effect with me and putting off until tomorrow can also be put off until tomorrow’s tomorrow.
Johann “Hans” Breyer, a former Nazi guard at Auschwitz who now lives in Northeast Philadelphia, could face trial under a new German law. Previously, he avoided prosecution and has never been tied to specific crimes.
The Eagles played clean, crisp football on Sunday night en route to a 19-17 victory over the division rival New York Giants. Maybe the team channeled the inner spirit of Brian Dawkins, who was honored before the game.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter’s idea to honor boxing great Joe Frazier hasn’t gotten the funding he’d hoped, but he’s being touted as a great LGBT supporter and gave city workers a raise.