Van Crashes Through Fence, Plunges Into Delaware River In South PhiladelphiaIt happened around 3 a.m. Sunday at the Packer Marine Terminal along the 3300 of Columbus Boulevard.
Trail Being Built To Give Residents Better Access To Delaware RiverThe trail will connect two neighborhoods in Northeast Philadelphia along the river.
Decomposed Body Found In Delaware RiverPolice are trying to identify a body pulled from the Delaware River Saturday night.
Authorities Suspend Search For Missing Jet Skier In Delaware RiverAuthorities have suspended the search for a man who disappeared in the Delaware River after the jet ski he was riding ran aground near the Trenton boat ramp in Mercer County, New Jersey.
Rare Slice Of Delaware River Waterfront Property On Auction BlockSealed bids are due Wednesday.
Dredge Work On Delaware River One Step Closer To CompletionThe latest chunk of cash, $55-million, will take care of a portion of the river.
Fishing Pier In South Philly Becomes Popular Spot On Beautiful DayA refurbished pier in South Philadelphia that opened last fall is a new hot spot for those who want to spend a nice day outdoors.
Police: Construction Worker Dies After Falling In Delaware RiverPhiladelphia officials say a man who fell into the Delaware River earlier tonight has died.
Ship Refloated After Running Aground In Delaware RiverOfficials said the 622-foot Marshall Islands-flagged motor vessel Odigitria ran aground at about 4:30 a.m. Saturday as it was heading to Grows Terminal in Morrisville, Pennsylvania.
George Washington Re-enactors Cross Delaware RiverThe re-enactors crossed the river between Pennsylvania and New Jersey on a 65-degree day Friday, considerably warmer than the actual crossing which took place on an ice-choked river during a snowstorm.
Philadelphia May Condemn Property For Delaware Riverfront TrailThe city of Philadelphia may try to condemn a piece of property along the Delaware River for part of a planned 3.3 mile bicycle and walking trail.
Camden Waterfront Developer Has Seen Generations Of PlansCamden's waterfront began losing its industrial identity a half-century ago and ever since, it's been a place defined by big plans for a rebirth, many of which never came to fruition in a city that is now among the most impoverished in the country.

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