Residents in North Jersey woke up to the ground shaking early Friday morning.
The earthquake aftermath in Nepal may be a world away, but the devastation has never been closer to home for a local family.
Students from Muhlenberg University are okay after experiencing an earthquake in Nepal.
Did you feel that? The U.S. Geological Survey says a minor earthquake shook the Philadelphia suburbs over the weekend.
The U.S. Geological Survey’s national information center says the 1.9-magnitude quake occurred at 7:13 a.m. Saturday.
Residents around Lower Township, New Jersey have turned to social media to confirm they were not alone in feeling the ground rumble Wednesday afternoon.
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Officials say a 2.1-magnitude earthquake briefly shook North Jersey on Sunday.
Several area students from the area had the opportunity to travel to Haiti to build a foundation for a school there. They are members of the Legacy and Youth Tennis and Education group, an organization inspired by the life of Arthur Ashe.
Cape May County Emergency Management says it’s received numerous phone calls regarding “building shaking and trembling” around the Wildwood/Mays Landing area.
The U.S. Geological Survey’s website says a 2.1-magnitude earthquake was measured near Clementon, about 15 miles southeast of Philadelphia in Camden County.
Some residents in northern New Jersey awoke to a small earthquake early Monday.
The religious statue is back atop Camden’s highest point, repaired after last year’s earthquake.
The top three sections of the landmark statue of the Virgin Mary are in a warehouse in Swedesboro, New Jersey, awaiting their April return to the Camden skyline next month.
To mark the one year anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, a Temple University professor collaborated to create a song and animated video to encourage those who are still dealing with its aftermath.