Through Sunday, school supplies with a price of $20 or less, clothing with a price of $75 or less, and school instructional materials with a price of $20 or less are all tax exempt.
The event will be held on a first-come, first-served basis, there are no proof of residency or income requirements, but the child must be present. It starts at 10 a.m.
Jurors deliberated for about six and a half hours over two days before reaching a decision on Friday afternoon.
A YMCA child care center in eastern Pennsylvania has been shut down by the state.
A Philadelphia judge has reversed another 158 narcotics convictions even though the officers involved were mostly acquitted of corruption charges.
A Philadelphia judge has thrown out 158 drug convictions tainted by allegations of police misconduct.
Former NFL star Irving Fryar has been found guilty in New Jersey of a role in a mortgage scam and faces up to 10 years in prison.
A man who spent more than two decades behind bars on charges that include the 1989 slaying of his wife is heading back to prison.
A Bible study group has been making the rounds every few weeks at sites that Pope Francis will visit next month in Center City Philadelphia.
The Hatfield and McCoy descendants came armed - with digging tools. Working together as volunteers, they helped archaeologists unearth artifacts from one of the bloodiest sites in America's most famous feud.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is visiting Pittsburgh on Monday as part of a tour highlighting community policing practices.
The Secret Service says pedestrians should expect some kind of law enforcement presence on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge during Pope Francis' visit next month.
The Princeton Review announced its top party schools in America. Coming in at number one on the list is the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana.West Virginia University is no stranger to this annual list. WVU dropped to three spots this year to seventh on the party list.
A Maine poet who travels the nation to document the final resting places of bards has completed a summer tour in which surpassed a milestone of 500 graves.
A central Pennsylvania magistrate is facing charges that he groped a woman who appeared in his courtroom.
A Pennsylvania appeals court says the agency that runs Philadelphia's subways, buses and commuter rail isn't subject to the city's ordinance banning gender discrimination.