Authorities say Edward Broderick was last heard from around 6 p.m. Saturday, when he told a friend that his vessel was en route to a clamming facility in Highlands.
Saturday marks the one year anniversary of the Sandy Hook mass shooting that shook up a quiet Connecticut town and stunned a nation. A Bucks County native, who is a pastor in the heart of the still reeling community, reflects on the past 12 months.
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From the tears over Newtown, Connecticut came vows to make change, so a nearly a year later you might wonder, have we made progress?
As the country prepares to mark a year since the Sandy Hook massacre, a Lehigh University professor looks to respond to the tragedy in song, with a focus on how children have been affected by loss.
Since July, the herd has been devouring a poison ivy infestation that has overtaken Fort Hancock. The Sandy Hook mortar battery defended New York Harbor during World War II.
Where does your right to free speech end? One of those limits is when someone makes terroristic threats.
Organizers in New Jersey have opened the first of several memorial playgrounds that are being built across the region in honor the 26 victims of the Newtown, Conn. Schoolhouse massacre.
While the people who create roadside memorials do so with the best intentions, they may not realize that they are using public land for a private purpose – one of several unintended consequences such displays present.
The chorus from Sandy Hook Elementary School will sing “America the Beautiful” before Sunday’s Super Bowl.
As Congress considers strict gun control legislation, Vice President Joe Biden took to Google+ Thursday to hear what some of what the social network’s users have to say about the Obama administration’s push for new laws.
The Philadelphia Pension Board has voted to sell stocks that are tied to the gun industry, if companies don’t adhere to a new set of principles, designed to reduce gun violence.
Education and law enforcement officials in New Jersey plan to start conducting surprise security inspections at schools across the state.
Chris previews todays unveiling of President Obama and Vice-President Joe Biden’s plan to reduce gun violence, discusses the House of Representative’s passage of a $51 billion package of aid relief and the confession of a Pt. Richmond man who called in a bomb hoax for a flight from Philadelphia to Dallas in September. He also talks to Judge Andrew Napolitano, Tom McGrath from the Philly Post and Larry Ward, the founder of Gun Appreciation Day.
400 residents of Newtown, Conn., attended the Giants vs. Eagles game Sunday.
The tragedy that occurred at an elementary school in Connecticut touched people across the world and left many wanting to help and lend a hand to their fellow neighbor.