Philly - News Accused of harming children at its North Philly shelter, VisionQuest now plans to house immigrant youth here 2018-10-29T00:30:10.000000000+00:00 VisionQuest intends to use the same Logan building to house 60 undocumented immigrant children, who arrived alone at the nation's southern border. Eagles hope London getaway perfect timing as they struggle to save their season 2018-10-28T01:17:16.000000000+00:00 London trip offers a chance to bond, and breaks the intense focus on what went wrong last Sunday against Carolina. Chrissy Houlahan and Greg McCauley, two political novices, running for open U.S. House seat in Chester, Berks 2018-10-27T22:10:12.000000000+00:00 The district has a mix of suburban wealth, urban poverty and rural areas with a big agricultural sector but most of the discussion among the two candidates has been on the mainstream national topics. Nor'easter: How it will impact your Saturday 2018-10-27T14:48:52.000000000+00:00 High tide is expected around 10 a.m. with wind gusts around 50 mph. Bullied in school, a Northeast Philly woman won a $500,000 judgment. Her case could ripple. 2018-10-27T13:03:33.000000000+00:00 "Nobody should have to send their kids into that situation," Juanita Jones-Wible said of her daughter's experiences in Philadelphia schools. Pennsylvania's antislavery history is under threat from suburban development | Inga Saffron 2018-10-27T11:31:23.000000000+00:00 This week's zoning decision from the Whitemarsh Township supervisors could have national implications. Like my truck, Eagles' Jason Peters keeps on getting the job done | Marcus Hayes 2018-10-27T09:21:27.000000000+00:00 So does my truck, which has fewer miles on it than the best lineman in franchise history. A Steven Tyler wig, a 'Hammer' - and Halloween laughter galore | Maria Panaritis 2018-10-27T09:19:22.000000000+00:00 When you laugh so hard that you cry, you realize how little you ever really laugh like this at all. And it makes you sort of sad. It makes you realize that we need more wigs. More funny voices. More fun. How a Main Line town became the first in Pa. to ban plastic straws 2018-10-27T09:11:49.000000000+00:00 Narberth passed a tax on plastic bags and a ban on plastic straws on Oct. 17. 5 years later, justice for DJ murdered in South Street ice cream shop 2018-10-27T00:44:59.000000000+00:00 More than five years have passed since Tom Watson, 36, was fatally shot inside a Häagen-Dazs. On Friday, after more than 10 days of trial before Common Pleas Court Judge Steven R. Geroff and five hours of deliberation, a jury found four Philadelphia men guilty of his murder.