Dunkin’ Unveils Newly Remodeled Next Generation Restaurant of the Future in Philadelphia, PAMarilyn JohnsonNewsBreak Contributor
Closing of Philly Rite Aids Sparks ConcernsEast Coast TravelerNewsBreak Contributor
New Escape from Philadelphia Industrial Correctional CenterNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Escaped Prisoner Apprehended on Penn's Campus by Philadelphia Police and Penn PoliceNik HatziefstathiouNewsBreak Contributor
Title: "Honoring Philly's Street Food Legacy: The Story of Gus's Hot Dog Cart"East Coast TravelerNewsBreak Contributor
Worker Assaulted at PA Wawa With Customers Likely Watching
You have to give employees on the overnight shift at Wawa credit for the abuse that can come with working those hours. This is an extreme case of abuse of a Wawa worker. Overnight Worker at PA Wawa Assualted in the Store. Lower Southampton, Bucks County Police say that the...
Manhunt Underway For Philly Inmate Who Escaped During Work Detail
Gino Hagenkotter, an inmate at the Riverside Correctional Facility, was on work detail at an orchard outside the Philadelphia Industrial Correctional Center when he walked off without permission around noon, according to the city Department of Prisons. All of Philadelphia's prisons have since been placed on lockdown, they added. Hagenkotter,...
Montgomery County man jailed on manslaughter charge in death of brother with Down syndrome
NORRISTOWN — An Abington man will spend some time in jail on charges he acted with gross negligence while caring for his younger brother who had Down syndrome and who died of a treatable medical condition, a case prosecutors called “horrific” where the victim was “left to waste away.”
Former Franklin and Marshall College Student Charged for Placing Hidden Camera in Female Dorm Bathroom
• A former Franklin and Marshall College student, John Riley, has been charged with placing a hidden camera in a female dorm bathroom. • The camera was discovered by campus officials, who notified the police.
2 men shot and killed inside car in North Philadelphia
Police are investigating after two men were shot and killed inside a car in North Philadelphia.
The Pulse of CBS Philadelphia: Nov. 27-Dec. 1
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- This week, a South Philadelphia family car was found after being stolen Thanksgiving night, two Montgomery County officers saved a 97-year-old trapped inside a home, the Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity celebrated its 53rd partner family with a home dedication and much more.Here's what our team has worked on recently:This South Philadelphia couple had their car stolen had their car stolen on Thanksgiving. But that's not all they're missing.Police say several dozen cars are stolen every day in Philadelphia. This year has been the worst on record for vehicle thefts. On Thanksgiving night, a South Philly family had...
Find Presents for All Your Loved Ones at These Philly Area Boutique Shops
Located in Ardmore, pucciManuli focuses on handmade and unique children’s toys, books, stuffed animals, and games. We all have at least one or two hard-to-shop-for loved ones on our gift list, but this holiday season you don’t have to worry. The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Jillian Wilson, Hira Qureshi, and...
Zip-tied man found dead in bedroom of Philly home, police say
An investigation is underway after a man was found dead with his hands zip-tied and mouth duct-taped inside the bedroom of a Philadelphia home, police said. The 65-year-old man was found dead inside the bedroom of a home on the 700 block of Kentwood Street on Thursday at 7:15 a.m. Police said his hands were zip-tied while duct-tape covered his mouth. There were no signs of forced entry, according to investigators.
Experience Havertown's Coffee Culture: The 3 Cafés You Need to Visit
In this article, we explore three delightful cafes located in Havertown. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If yes, we would love to hear your experiences in the comments section below!
Man Arrested After Crashing into Barricade Outside US Capitol, Charges Include Reckless Driving and Resisting Arrest
• A man named Kevin Simon was arrested after driving his vehicle into a barricade outside the U.S. Capitol. • Simon was driving at a high speed and collided with two vehicles before crashing into the barricade.
Bryn Mawr, PA: The Legacy of 'Big Hill' and Its Welsh Lineage
Nestled along Pennsylvania's prestigious Main Line, Bryn Mawr stands as a proud testament to its Welsh heritage and distinctive topography. The town's evocative name, translating to 'big hill' in Welsh, mirrors the hilly landscape that characterizes the region. Established by Quaker settlers, including Rowland Ellis from Wales in 1704, Bryn Mawr's history is deeply rooted in its Welsh origins. The evolution from a colonial farming society to a sophisticated suburb was spurred by the expansion of the Pennsylvania Railroad, establishing Bryn Mawr as one of the earliest commuter suburbs.
Wrongfully Convicted Philadelphia Man Released After Decades in Prison, Charges Vacated
After 27 years behind bars, a wrongfully convicted individual from Philadelphia walks free. Convicted for a 1995 murder, the charges were vacated following a review by the District Attorney's Office. This release marks a significant victory for the Innocence movement.
NJ Road Rage Driver Who Killed Levittown Dad At McDonald's Learns Sentence
Daniel S. Dietrich, 45, of Palmyra, was sentenced to 12 to 24 years for the Feb. 5 death of Jason Smith, prosecutors said. Authorities have claimed Dietrich and Smith were involved in a "driving incident" about a mile before they both arrived at the 7700 Bristol Pike McDonald's. When Smith...
Escaped Prisoner Apprehended on Penn's Campus by Philadelphia Police and Penn Police
PHILADELPHIA, PA. – An escaped prisoner was successfully apprehended on the University of Pennsylvania's campus following a collaborative effort between Penn Police and the Philadelphia Police Department. The incident occurred around 11:00 a.m. on November 28 on the 3400 block of Spruce Street.
The Architectural Splendor of Bryn Athyn: A Testament to Faith and Craftsmanship
In the heart of Pennsylvania, the Bryn Athyn Historic District emerges as an enduring symbol of the Pitcairn family's faith and their architectural legacy. The district, crowned by the awe-inspiring Bryn Athyn Cathedral, is a remarkable example of Romanesque Revival architecture forged from local materials and traditional methods. This enclave, which also includes the stately homes of Cairnwood, Cairncrest, and Glencairn, represents the collaborative ethos of the Arts and Crafts movement and stands as a monument to the New Church teachings of Emanuel Swedenborg. Designated as a National Historic Landmark in 2008, these structures testify to the community's spiritual and cultural heritage, continuing to draw visitors and function as a center for religious and scholarly pursuits.
Police: Haverford bicyclist injured in crash was intentionally hit
Steve Hall is still recovering from a terrifying hit-and-run crash earlier this month that was captured on video.
Local Philadelphia Police Seek Public's Help in Locating Missing Endangered Person Evelyn Duckett
The Philadelphia Police Department needs the public’s assistance in locating 37-year-old missing endangered person Evelyn Duckett. She was last spoken to November 29, 2023, around 4pm. Evelyn is believed to be in New Jersey and was last seen wearing all black clothing. Anyone with any information on Rachel’s whereabouts is asked to please contact the Southwest Detective Division at 215-686-3183 or 911.Visit here for more details.
Pa. man accused of beating his 85-year-old wife to death over vet bills for their cat
LOWER POTTSGROVE TOWNSHIP, Pa. (TCD) -- An 84-year-old man stands accused of fatally beating his 85-year-old wife during an argument about money for their cat’s veterinarian bills. According to Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele, on Tuesday, Nov. 28, shortly after 2:20 p.m., Barton Seltmann called the Lower Pottsgrove...
Abandoned Puppies Rescued from Frigid South Jersey Woods by Good Samaritan
• Two puppies were found abandoned in a basket in a cold wooded area in South Jersey. • The puppies were discovered by a local resident who was feeding colony cats in the area.
Inmate Fatally Assaulted at Local Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility
PHILADELPHIA — On November 30, 2023, an incarcerated person was fatally assaulted by a cellmate while in custody in the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility. Correctional staff was present in the housing unit and responded to the cell and notified medical staff who administered CPR. The individual was pronounced dead at 4:35 a.m. “The Department of Prisons strives to provide a safe, lawful and secure correctional environment, and we are working with the Philadelphia Police Department to investigate this incident,” said Prisons Commissioner Blanche Carney.Visit here for more details.