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The "Home Away from Rome" delegation was honored at a luncheon at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
March Madness is in full swing. These are the places to sit down, relax, and enjoy some college basketball.
That means "bring your own cup." No kitchen sinks allowed, but you can go a tad wild with size. Fishbowls, helmets, even kettles are OK.
The reward for information regarding the abusers of a horse that was treated in Chester County has grown to $5,000.
Bluebird Cafe style singer-songriter "In The Round" comes to Berwyn for a special evening of great music
Trinity's Spotlight Series hosts a FREE concert on Saturday April 2nd at 7 PM featuring Craig Bickhardt, Thom Shuyler and Lizanne Knott.
He was one of only 54 students in the world to earn a perfect score.
Two Starbucks regulars allege that they don't get what they paid for in their lattes.
Some employees have been with the Ardmore store for decades.
A part of an old textile factory collapsed on a school bus on Thursday.
A man has been arrested and charged with the murder of a beloved Norristown teenager, Ray Dawkins, the DA said.
How did Montgomery County's lawmakers vote on Wednesday's medical marijuana bill? See the dissenters here.
Local students from 25 high schools around the area are competing in the annual show.
"She was in excruciating pain," said veterinarians treating the 20-year-old Arabian horse in Chester County.
The founder of a new summer camp on the Main Line says that the "summer slide" is real, and the literacy camp can help prevent it.
The Philadelphia School District is reportedly hoping to choose 800 new teachers from a pool of around 5,000 applicants.
Michael Zhang's research on gene modification earned him national distinction and huge payday.
Corey Kimble, 30, has been charged with 100 counts of sexual abuse of a 14-year-old Montgomery County girl whom he allegedly sexted.
With a historic district designation, this area would be protected from "insensitive" development and demolition threats, advocates say.
A new list compiled by Niche.com, an information service provider, ranks the districts with the best teachers in Pennsylvania.
In case you missed it: an estimated 250,000 gallons of untreated sewage spilled into the Schuylkill River.