Christie On Calling North Wildwood Mayor "Crazy": 'I Got Carried Away' "As one of his earliest supporters during both of his runs for Governor and having met and interacted with him and his family numerous times over the course of his terms as Governor, I am disappointed that he would lower himself as much as he did."
Economists Put Price Tag On Storm CostExperts say the economic impact would have been far worse if the storm occurred during the work week.
SEPTA Storm Related Service AlertsAs the Philadelphia region continues to clean up from the weekend winter storm, SEPTA continues to work at getting all service back to normal.
Pa. Turnpike Commission Launches Review Of Massive Backup During Winter StormThe Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission today announced that it has launched a two-phase review of its response to and management of an incident that occurred during an epic blizzard over the weekend resulting in hundreds of travelers being stranded for 24 hours.
South Philadelphia Residents Frustrated With Slow Snow RemovalIt's been nearly two days since the blizzard stopped dumping snow and the while the cleanup may be underway it's just not happening fast enough for many in South Philly.
Amtrak Continues On Modified Schedule, Most Services Near Normal LevelsAmtrak says it's continuing a modified schedule in the mid-Atlantic region with most of its services operating between 80-100% of normal levels following this weekend's winter storm.
Chester County Church Roof Collapses After Historic SnowfallCalvary Fellowship Church in Downingtown has about 1500 members. Like many places, their activities this weekend were cancelled because of the weather, which was a good idea because that was before they knew what happened.
Police: Man Using Snowblower "Blinded" Ambulance DriverUpper Darby Police Superintendent Mike Chitwood says a township man is now facing charges after a spray of snow from his snowblower "blinded" an ambulance driver on an emergency call, causing the rig to veer into a snowbank on Timberlake Road.
SEPTA Working To Get Service Back To Normal After Weekend SnowstormSEPTA is working on getting things rolling again following this weekend’s massive snowstorm. Riders are still dealing with residual delays on their bus, trolley and rail lines.
Philadelphia School District Announces Schools Will Be Closed TuesdayDue to this weekend's snowstorm, Philadelphia School District officials have announced all schools within the district will be closed on Tuesday, January 26th.
NJ Transit Resumes Regular Weekday Rail ServiceRail, light rail and Access Link services are operational Monday with the exception of the Gladstone Branch, where buses are running between Gladstone and Summit.
Column: Stormy Weather ObservationsThis storm was one that really brought our entire region, including the Jersey Shore, into play.
PPA Not Enforcing Meter, Kiosk Parking Monday & TuesdayIn response to the ongoing cleanup in the aftermath of the weekend winter storm, the Philadelphia Parking Authority was not enforcing meter and kiosk parking violations on Monday.
Pennsylvania Man Dies After Plow Buries CarAuthorities in eastern Pennsylvania say a man apparently trapped in his running car by a snowplow deluge died of carbon monoxide poisoning during the storm.
Speed Limit Restored On Expressways In Philadelphia RegionAll speeds were restored to their usual posted limits on Sunday afternoon.