Neighbors are trying to find the family of Sebastian Riley, a fixture in his North Philadelphia neighborhood.
The Camden County Historical Society's lawsuit contends that the DOT ignored the well-documented historical significance of the 18th century structure.
David Wildstein and Chris Christie were friendly at Livingston High School and later became political allies. But Bridgegate turned them into adversaries.
The medical assistant and father of two finds himself getting a lot of online attention from fans who want him to run for office. He is not ruling that out.
Why not give the public a chance to be heard? Why not hold a community forum - as was done during the fierce fight over the future of the Bancroft School property?
Neighborhood-based ethnic parishes are becoming a thing of the past.
An Asian American band called the Slants couldn't get a trademark for their name. Now it can.
In three NJ public school districts, students and teachers run into trouble for expressing political opinions
The summit meeting of President Johnson and Soviet Premier Kosygin did not yield a breakthrough. But it broke the ice between the two men and may have started a thaw in the cold war.
A proposed political reform regarding electing lieutenant governors is better late than never.
After a two-year battle with cancer, landscape designer Alan Koch died May 22. On Saturday, family, friends and co-workers gathered in the garden at his home in Washington Township to celebrate his life.
Mark Smith's encounter with vicious teens underscores the vulnerability of intellectually disabled adults.
Progressive and other Democrats hoped their candidates would get more traction in the anti-Trump climate.
A young theater company stages 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' for free and for fun - and to see if audiences want more