Isn’t it fascinating to watch them tunnel and burrow?
The lawyer for Monsignor William J. Lynn, the former Archdiocese of Philadelphia official currently free on bail after his landmark 2012 conviction on child endangerment charges was overturned last week, has blasted D.A. Seth Williams for criticizing the appeals court’s ruling.
After a heartening year with the fewest homicides since 1967, Philadelphia police announced the first victims of 2014 this morning.
three nearly four years of helming the morning news at ’HYY, Jo Ann Allen dropped a low-key announcement on Twitter that today was her last in the gig.
Fox29 brings us a heartwarming snow-scraping tale (skip to 00:25):
Following York County businessman Tom Wolf’s flash of the $2.9 million he’s raised so far for May’s gubernatorial primary, U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz’s campaign has released its own numbers — 6.5 million smackeroos.
A 100-foot-tall pile of road salt collapsed at the International Salt facility in Falls Township, Bucks County, yesterday afternoon, fatally suffocating an excavator operator.
The scene on 76 West late last night: