After his re-election, Governor Christie says the future will take care of itself, and that right now he’s focused on New Jersey.
A group of community activists and teenagers volunteered their Saturday to clean up the Tacony Creek Park in the city’s Lawncrest section.
Scooter owners in the city will soon be able to apply for a residential parking permit, similar to the one car owners are issued.
Police in New Castle County, Delaware have arrested a man they say beat his girlfriend then ran her over during a domestic dispute early Sunday morning.
Federal authorities have filed murder charges against the gunman suspected of killing one and wounding five others at Los Angeles International Airport Friday.
Gas prices continue to fall throughout the country — and believe it or not — there are gas stations in South Jersey where you can get a gallon for less than $3.
Employees of the historic City Tavern restaurant in Old City Philadelphia returned to work on Saturday after being sent home 10 days ago as part of the government shutdown.
Live music filled the air and vendors lined the streets as thousands of people enjoyed a gorgeous afternoon at the 8th Annual Fall Festival.
The USO of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey held its 72nd annual gala Friday night and this year they brought the festivities to the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.
More than 20,000 people from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region marched to Penn’s Landing Saturday morning to celebrate those who are recovering from drug and alcohol addiction.
Terror Behind the Walls at Eastern State Penitientary opened the 2013 season Friday night with more screams than ever before.
There are four performance areas, and the main stage looks just about ready.
Transportation officials expect it to cut down drive time to the mall, Dover and the Delaware beaches.
“Safety” was the word of the day Saturday as children got the chance to meet Philadelphia police and firefighters.
Philadelphia’s murder rate year-to-date is down about 40% from this time last year, according to police records. Activists at an anti-violence march in North Philadelphia Sunday said the numbers are moving in the right direction but they could be better.