Haddon Township Police Chief Mark Cavallo says authorities were tipped off to possible prostitution at the Sunrise Massage Parlor on Haddon Avenue by other local businesses.
Troy Czukoski, 42, of Exton, was serving as principal of the Springton Lake Middle School at the time the investigation began.
A recent study shows that people taking supplements to fight age-related macular degeneration may want to make a few changes to the mix.
The challenge put out to the community by the Knight Foundation of Philadelphia is to give them the best idea for new art projects.
Dozens of people put on their best Prohibition Era inspired attire in Center City Saturday night to benefit the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.
The Philadelphia School Board held a special hearing at their North Broad Street headquarters on Monday night, to take public comment on the proposed closure of Dimner Beeber Middle School and M. H. Stanton Elementary School.
With a chance for some significant snowfall in the Delaware Valley Sunday night into Monday afternoon, PennDOT is advising motorists to be prepared for what could be a rough commute to work Monday morning.
Chad Jurman, 22, has pleaded guilty to stealing $41,000 from the Bellmawr Park Fire Company while serving as the department’s treasurer.
The six applicants who are in a spirited competition for a second casino license to be issued in Philadelphia all made their presentations during an all-day hearing on Tuesday before the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.
The film was directed by El Sawyer who shares his journey from the State Prison at Graterford back to North Philadelphia, and how he managed to avoid becoming a victim of Recidivism.
As many Philadelphians mourn the loss of Sally Starr, some of her peers are also reflecting on her legacy and impact on the children of the Delaware Valley.
Two firefighters were injured while battling a fire in Delaware County on Sunday evening.
The local chapter of the Red Cross says they are assisting 16 people who were forced from their homes by fire on Christmas Day.
With Christmas fast approaching, shoppers were out in large numbers at the area malls Sunday looking to find some last-minute gifts.
“We never thought it could happen here” is the usual response after such horrific incidents, says a South Jersey security consultant.
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