Panel Of State Lawmakers Tackle The Issues Surrounding Nuisance BarsState Rep. Stephen Kinsey led the hearing into on-going community complaints about nuisance bars and "Stop-and-Gos."
New National Program Aims To Help African-American Youth ThriveThe Forward Promise organization launched a Philadelphia-based operation on Wednesday aimed at supporting African-American youth.
Police Release Surveillance Video Following $1 Million Heist At NE Philly Jewelry StorePolice say it happened early Monday morning at Kim Thanh Jewelry located in the 5500 block of Whitaker Avenue.
E-Z Pass Users Forced To Slow Down At Mid-County Interchange Of PA TurnpikePennsylvania Turnpike officials say they need to upgrade the electronics in the Express Lanes and that’s a job that can’t be accomplished with traffic flowing through them.
Summer Commute From Philly To Jersey Shore Expected To Problem FreeIf you're heading to the Jersey shore on vacation this summer, you should be in for some smooth sailing, at least as far as the drive is concerned.
Authorities Using DNA Testing To ID Severed Leg Found Along Delaware RiverAuthorities in New Jersey are performing forensic tests on a severed human leg found washed up on the shore of the National Park in Gloucester County.
Gov. Wolf Visits Plymouth Meeting Healthcare CompanyGovernor Tom Wolf visited the Plymouth Meeting campus of a growing healthcare concierge service, and brought along a state contribution it its employee training program.
Call To Conversion From Chaput As Christians Observe Ash WednesdaySeveral hundred Catholics gathered at the Cathedral Basilica in Philadelphia to take part in Ash Wednesday services marking the start of Lent.
Shapiro Addresses Threats Against Jewish Sites During Meeting With TrumpPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro was among a group of attorneys general from around the country who met with President Trump Tuesday to discuss a variety of concerns.
Gov. Wolf Says State Lawmakers Getting Serious About Local Tax ReformGov. Wolf says there is growing, bi-partisan interest in doing something about property taxes.
Houston Academic Finds Uncredited Novel Written By Walt WhitmanAmerican poet and novelist Walt Whitman - who died in Camden, New Jersey in 1892 - is believed to be the anonymous author of a novel published as a newspaper series in the 1850's - before his famous work, "Leaves of Grass."
NJ Commission To Hold Key Vote On Pinelands PipelineThe New Jersey Pinelands Commission is preparing to vote Friday on a proposal to allow construction of a section of a controversial pipeline through the protected forest region.