Berkley Assurance Company filed suit last week – claiming its policy of contractor Griffin Campbell is null and void for several reasons.
Shakeysha Pruitt is charged with stabbing 33-year-old Kafar Logan-Horton on Sunday afternoon inside his home in Oaklyn, then accompanying him to a hospital where he died hours later.
Rain and strong thunderstorms are familiar adversaries for Delaware Valley residents this time of year, but we could be targeted by a bigger problem: a derecho.
The “buyer beware” adage could apply to anyone looking to stay down the shore.
Both were taken to Albert Einstein Medical Center, where they were reported to be in stable condition.
A pair of men are under arrest, charged with stealing contractor vans and their contents over a period of several months.
In recent weeks, officials say, scammers posing as IRS employees have been calling Bensalem residents and telling them they owe money to the IRS.
Robin Jones, 50, avoided jail time following her guilty plea in the wake of a car crash last September in which she rammed a city-owned car into a building at 13th and Hamilton Streets.
Citizens Bank is putting the money behind a community outreach effort for residents who live around the campus of Drexel University.
Albert Booth, 22, of South 56th Street in Kingsessing, is charged with slicing the face of a stranger on a Route 52 bus last summer.
Philadelphia is on the top 10 list of places to visit in the United States, according to “Lonely Planet” editors, and the reason why might surprise you.
Authorities are looking into the actions of a Gloucester Catholic High School maintenance worker who is said to have circulated photos of students via cell phone.
Robert Bregenzer, 33, of Knorr Street in Philadelphia, has been arraigned and bail set at $500,000. He faces a preliminary hearing in two weeks.
County coroner Dr. Joseph Campbell says there was no sign of trauma or injury, but the initial autopsy failed to pinpoint a cause of death.
Wires downed by overnight storms knocked out power at Verizon’s facility on Moreland Avenue in Hatboro, and backup generators worked — until about 6am.