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98-Year-Old World War II Veteran Recalls ‘Divine Intervention’ Moment
Guy Whidden, Jr. is a 98-year-old veteran of World War II from Frederick County, Maryland. He is believed ...
June 17, 2021
Pearl Harbor Veteran, 99, Recounts the ‘Day of Infamy’ at the WWII Weekend Event
The Mid-Atlantic Air Museum hosted its 30th Annual World War II Weekend in Reading, Pennsylvania, from June 4 ...
June 14, 2021
Female Vet Helps Former Service Members Through Writing Workshop
Jenny Pacanowski of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is a female veteran, poet, playwright, and founder of Women Veterans Empowered & ...
June 3, 2021
Philadelphia Mayor Kenney Sued for Ethnic Discrimination
A Philadelphia Councilmember, as well as Italian American groups, are suing the City of Philadelphia and Mayor Jim ...
April 9, 2021
Professor Recommends Shen Yun to Bridge Cultural Gap
"I just thought the silver and the blue was beautiful, and the dance itself is beautiful. It was ...
January 21, 2018
Comcast Gives Grant to Multicultural Community Center
Comcast Foundation gave a $12,000 grant to support immigrants to assimilate with social economic environment.
December 1, 2010
Philadelphia Gets $6.4 Million Federal Funding for Public Computer Centers
Earlier this month Philadelphia was granted $6.4 million in federal dollars to fund 77 public computer centers.
July 11, 2010
One More Week Remains for Pennsylvania Tax Amnesty
This is the last week for a 54-day Pennsylvania Tax Amnesty program that Gov. Edward G. Rendell launched ...
June 10, 2010
Philadelphia Voters Abolish Board of Revision of Taxes
Philadelphians voted yes on May 18 to abolish the Board of Revision of Taxes (BRT) and move its ...
May 19, 2010
Supreme Court Rules 7-2 to Throw Out Child Slavery Lawsuit Against Nestle, Cargill
House of Representatives Repeals 2002 Iraq War Powers Authorization
Supreme Court Rules Foster Agencies Can Deny Certification to Same-Sex Couples on Religious Grounds
‘Clearly Unconstitutional’: 2 Justices Issue Dissent in Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling
Supreme Court Tosses Obamacare Challenge by 18 States on Grounds of Legal Standing
Left Foot In, Children’s TV Is Doing the Wokey Pokey
Michigan Senate Leader Is ‘Watching Carefully’ Election Audit in Maricopa County
US Weekly Jobless Claims Unexpectedly Rise
American Grassroots Politics Growing Ahead of 2022 Midterms
Bill Seeks to Block Foreign Adversaries From Buying Land Near US Military Bases