'These People Are Still Hurting': Sisters Stitching Together Hope For Hurricane Maria VictimsWoven between strands of string is hope of solace for those still reeling from Maria.
Students Who Escaped Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico Graduate High School On Time In VinelandGraduating high school and walking across the stage to get your diploma is a special feeling. For one group of students graduating in South Jersey on Wednesday night, that feeling is magnified times ten.
Puerto Rico Says Tourism Has Roared Back To LifeSix months after hurricanes ravaged the island, Puerto Rico experienced a tourism boom this Easter.
Puerto Rican Governor Seeks Aid In PhiladelphiaThe governor of Puerto Rico is in Philadelphia to seek aid for hurricane evacuees here, and to mobilize political forces.
Information Fair Assists Hurricane Maria Victims Who Fled To Delaware ValleyThe effort continues to help Puerto Ricans who fled when Hurricane Maria roared ashore last year.
PECO Sending Workers To Puerto Rico To Assist In Restoring Electricity Months After Hurricane MariaPECO and its parent corporation, Exelon, are among the power industry groups sending people and equipment.
Local Nonprofit Looks To Help Puerto Rican Little Leagues"Pitch In For Baseball" is a nonprofit based out in Harleysville, Montgomery County that provides new and gently used baseball and softball equipment to boys & girls around the world.
Camden School Comes To Aid Of Family Fleeing Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto RicoA school district in New Jersey is coming to the aid of a family who escaped hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico: Death Toll From Hurricane Climbs To 64 With 2 'Indirect Deaths'
Displaced Hurricane Maria Survivors Find New Home In PhiladelphiaSanchez says Pennsylvania is expected to get the second-highest number of hurricane emigres, after Florida.
New Jersey Collection Effort Sends Over 22,000 Pounds Of Supplies To Puerto RicoBeatrice Caraballo of BMC Network Communications says she first posted about doing a collection on September 20, more than a week before Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico.
TJ Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods Still Paying Workers In Puerto Rico Despite Store ClosuresThe owner of TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods confirmed to WBZ-TV it is still paying workers at stores that remain closed because of hurricane damage.