Stopping Massacres: Senator Casey In Philly Looking For WaysHe introduced a measure Monday that would prevent those convicted of misdemeanor hate crimes from being able to buy a gun.
Local Experts Hold Forum To Protect Seniors From Financial PredatorsAs part of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on Wednesday, The Philadelphia Financial Exploitation Prevention Task Force held a forum at the Center City Free Library Branch.
Man Who Threw Bottle At Ryan Howard Appears In Court21-year-old Sidney Smith did not enter a formal plea. Instead, the Wilmington man chose to take a special Summary Diversion Program.
19 Local Immigrants Become American Citizens On Flag DayEleven women and eight men held small American flags as they stood and recited the oath of allegiance.
New Beer Garden Pops Up In PhiladelphiaThe PA Horticultural Society, which designed and built the new Pop Up Garden at the Reading Viaduct Rail Park.
Marlton Elementary Students Walk For Classmates With DiabetesStudents at Marlton Elementary School in Marlton, New Jersey raised awareness about diabetes to a new level on Wednesday.
Atlantic City's Showboat Holds Job FairAt least a thousand people turned out for a six hour job fair Tuesday at the soon-to-reopen Showboat in Atlantic City.
Another Local Lawsuit Filed Against AmtrakThe lawsuits are piling up against Amtrak for two deadly derailments in the Philadelphia area.
Camden Receives $1M Grant To Develop Health And Athletic Programs For ChildrenSouthern New Jersey power broker George Norcross is leading an effort to breathe new life into youth athletics in Camden.
Break Out The Sunblock! Early Birds Arrive At Jersey Shore For Memorial Day WeekendThe Jersey Shore is springing back to life as vacationers celebrate the start of summer.
Baseball, Civil Rights History Now On Display In PhiladelphiaTwo landmark contracts signed by Jackie Robinson can be seen at the National Constitution Center.
Officials Look To Ease Concerns About Contaminated Ground Water In Local Suburban TownshipsDozens of local, state and federal officials fielded questions Wednesday in Horsham Township about the contaminated water linked to military bases. It was in response to the recent shut down of dozens of public and private wells.