“Certainly the weather conditions’ changing impacted the conditions on the road, but we had a number of drivers that did not compensate,” Lt. Col. George Bivens said.
The latest Rutgers-Eagleton survey shows a continued deterioration in Christie’s positive numbers since “Bridgegate” broke and Hurricane Sandy recovery problems became more of an issue.
A state Senate committee this morning will convene a hearing into last month’s massive chain-reaction accidents on the turnpike and other road emergencies caused by this winter’s wicked weather.
Comcast says that for its business and its customers, it’s critical for the company to be part of the political process.
Dr. Walter Hofman, the coroner, says JoAnne Miller was 22 or 23 weeks pregnant when she was killed by a gunshot to the head inside her home in the 3000 block of Stony Creek Road, in East Norriton.
Councilman James Kenney notes that there were 4,200 arrests last year in Philadelphia involving people with small amounts of pot.
“We’re carrying about 340 million trips, which is about 14 percent higher over the last seven years,” says Septa GM Joe Casey.
County commissioner Leslie Richards says nearly 6,000 vehicles use the bridge each day. She says detour signs have been posted.
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the Easton Area School District that wanted to prevent students from wearing “I (heart) Boobies!” bracelets to promote breast cancer awareness among young people.
The US Customs and Border Protection agency has been busy intercepting packages at Philadelphia International Airport over the last week.
Ambrose says her department was flooded with e-mails, and police were able to identify the woman and insure the safety of the child.
If you’re out driving on a highway this weekend, there’s a good chance you’ll see them. More than two dozen Penndot crews are on pothole repair duty.
“Drug dealers are killing Bucks County’s kids,” says county prosecutor Matthew Weintraub.
Archbishop Charles Chaput is traveling with Gov. Corbett and Mayor Nutter for what he calls a factfinding mission and a bid to make a personal pitch to the pope.
Transport Workers Union Local 234 represents 5,200 workers in Septa’s City Division — including bus, subway, and trolley operators.