Cleanup Continues In South Jersey In Wake Of Powerful StormA couple of South Jersey communities are still cleaning up after a nasty storm with straight-line winds took down trees and power lines.
A New Look For Philadelphia City Hall CourtyardPhiladelphia City Hall Courtyard has long been little more than a pedestrian thoroughfare -- but city officials hope some new amenities will change that.
Controversial Dunes Are Coming To Margate, Behind ScheduleThe dunes are coming to Margate a bit later than expected and at a time local officials are not thrilled about.
Wheels Rolling Toward New, Faster SEPTA Bus Route Along Roosevelt BoulevardThe SEPTA board has given the green light to the Boulevard Direct service.
South Jersey Attorney Celebrates Landmark Victory Before US Supreme CourtA Haddonfield lawyer is celebrating a victory before the nation's highest court this past week on the question of free speech protections.
Mayor Kenney Makes Good On Pledge To Honor Paris Climate Agreement, Despite U.S. WithdrawalMayor Jim Kenney on Wednesday announced two ways the city is countering the federal stance on the issue.
One Of Nation's Top Workshops For Writers Moves Headquarters To PhiladelphiaVoices of Our Nation Arts Foundation has found a new home at the University of Pennsylvania.
Wolf Signs Bill Eliminating Keystone Exams For Career, Tech StudentsThe bill signed by Governor Wolf will eliminate Keystone Exams as a graduation requirement for CTE student, students in career and technology education.
Philly's Newest Beer Garden Set To Open At SugarHouse CasinoIt's called "Fishtown Hops." It's an indoor-outdoor beer garden which utilizes a corner space in an expanded portion of the casino.
Solar Tech Company's Educational Programs Give Young People Second ChanceSolar States works with several programs to train ex-offenders, former high school drop-outs and the underemployed to work in solar.
'Make Music' Festival Brings Pop Up Performances To PhillyThe first day of summer was marked by music all across Philadelphia as part of the annual Make Music Philly festival.
Talks Now Underway Over NJ's Proposed $35.5 Billion BudgetThree main issues seem to be on the table. It's coming down to more money for schools, drug treatment and pensions and how to make that all work.