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  • Adopt a Pet: Spencer

    Meet Spencer. This beagle is filled with so much love and will fit perfectly into any home. He is about 10 years old and still has spunk left in him! If you’re looking for a sweet and cuddly pup, Spencer is the guy for you.  

  • Fall Home Improvements and Renovations with Brian Kelsey

    *This is a sponsored post.  It’s the season for home improvements. From renovations, to decorating and DIY projects, home improvement expert Brian Kelsey shares his fall checklist and appliance-must haves to get your home ready for the fall season! Let’s start with cleaning the gutters. “Really take a look at the roof because that’s where you’re going to have problems with rain and everything. So gutters are clean, make sure all the shingles are in order and any kind of […]

  • Coatesville Police Rescue Cat From Under Car Hood

    Coatesville police had an unusual job yesterday when a woman showed up with a kitten stuck under the hood of her car. Officer Mollichella removed the engine to free the cat, and now the SPCA is holding the kitten for adoption.

  • More for MBC

    *The following post is sponsored.  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States? Joining us today is Mira Sorvino and Anna Kaiser to tell us about an initiative to bring awareness, research, and solutions to support people living with metastatic breast cancer. Metastatic breast cancer is a form of breast cancer that migrates to other parts of the body, which is the only way that […]

  • Fall Renovations with Brian Kelsey

    *This is a sponsored post.  Renovation expert Brian Kelsey has some great tips, as we head into the holiday season and prepare for colder winter months. Let’s check out heating and air conditioning first. “We talked to our friends at Trane and they suggested getting a connected thermostat, which is a way to control your temperature while you’re not there. It also controls your lights and locks so if you’re away and you forget to lock up or you forget […]

  • WWE’s Elias Visits PHL17

    Ahead of Monday Night Raw, WWE Wrestler Elias visited our studios for some fun! Check out his story and watch his attempts at weather and traffic below. Tickets for WWE Raw are still available here!

  • Adopt a Pet: Neal

    Meet Neal! This sweet guy is a six-year-old hound dog from down south. He will do great with any family! He very calm, and good with kids and other dogs. Mums and Mutts is also hosting their ninth annual festival on Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Burke Park playground in South Philadelphia at 2nd and Jackson. If you’re looking for a dog to adopt forever, fifteen different shelters and rescues will be there. We have food and […]

  • America’s Mental Health

    *This is a sponsored post In the age of rising suicide rates and increases in depression and anxiety, America is facing a true mental health crisis. To tell us more is Dr. Anthony Hassan, CEO  & President at Cohen Veterans Network, and Linda Rosenberg, President and CEO at the National Council for behavioral health. “We know across America that there is a challenge with accessing quality mental health care. We hear it from patients everyday who talk about their struggles […]

  • Affordable Home Care Appreciation Event

    Affordable Home Care builds its agency on the principle of putting the needs of its patients first. The main goal is to give “peace of mind” to the families who entrust them to take care of their loves ones! The agency recently celebrated their clients by holding a Customer Appreciation Event. The afternoon featured great food, live entertainment, games and raffles. Check out some of the fun below!

  • Lehigh Valley Beagle Donations

    Take a look at these adorable beagles! Over the weekend, 71 beagles were found by the Humane Society in Upper Saucon Township in Lehigh County. After a noise complaint, these dogs were found and removed from a home. The local shelter has been flooded with an overwhelming amount of donations, but they still need more help with the amount of dogs discovered. These dogs will eventually be up for adoption. Donations can be made at