Fire has once again struck a historic suburban Philadelphia religious camp meeting site, damaging nine buildings, including a church.
A Pennsylvania woman who set fire to the New Jersey home of her ex-boyfriend’s family after learning he had taken another girl to his high school prom has been sentenced to five years in prison.
No breakfast will be served at a Port Richmond IHOP this morning, because of a small but suspicious fire early this morning.
A federal appeals court has granted another look at the evidence in the case of a man convicted of killing his daughter in what authorities alleged was an arson fire more than two decades ago in eastern Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia’s Arson Task Force is investigating a series of car fires in Olney and Feltonville.
New Castle County Police are investigating a string of vehicle break-ins that happened in the community of Stonefield in Townsend, Delaware.
Recess and after school playtime at the M. Joan Pearson Elementary School in Delanco has been somewhat subdued this week after a fire destroyed the playground.
Both the fire marshal and Philadelphia police are investigating several arson fires involving parked cars in the Wissinoming area of the city early Sunday that forced residents from an apartment building.
An adult and child were taken to an area hospital after a fire in the city’s Frankford neighborhood early Sunday morning.
The Delaware State Fire Marshal’s office is looking into the arson of a vehicle in Newark that happened early Thursday morning.
A 59-year-old Bucks County chiropractor convicted of torching his office and destroying the Mountain View plaza it was in has been sentenced to prison.
Philadelphia authorities say a woman whose body was found yesterday in a burning home in Mt. Airy had had her throat slashed, and the fire in the home had been intentionally set.
Police and fire officials in Cinnaminson, New Jersey are looking for an arsonist who set fire to an arts-and-crafts aisle in the Cinnaminson Walmart around 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
A team of specialists from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives says one of Camden’s three major fires this month was an arson.
City and federal officials vow to keep working until they know what started Sunday’s latest major industrial fire in Camden, NJ.