Mohammed Jabateh, a 51-year-old father of five and owner of a Philadelphia-based international shipping company, is the first person found guilty of crimes tied to the numerous documented atrocities that...
Two incidents have been reported in Rittenhouse Square and at 18th and Market Streets.
In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, health officials in towns large and small have had to go begging for more money to cover the explosive growth of autopsies, toxicology tests, and overtime hours.
Germantown is one of 25 communities across the nation nominated for the competition, the sole entry from the area. Winners receive up to $150,000 in grants to restore and preserve parts of their main business corridor.
HARRISBURG - Jerry Sandusky lost a bid Wednesday for a new trial and a second chance to convince a jury he is not guilty of the child sexual abuse charges that landed him in state prison to serve a lengthy sentence.
Separate city shootings Wednesday night left a 17-year-old boy dead and 16-year-old boy in critical condition, police said.
A Montgomery County man was charged Wednesday in federal court with using phony documents to collect more than $250,000 in FEMA-backed disaster benefits and insurance payments intended for Hurricane Sandy disaster relief, prosecutors said.
The Cape May County Bridge Commission is finally beginning the installation of EZPass on its five Ocean Drive bridges. Work should be completed by spring.
As the New Jersey governor's race enters the homestretch, both candidates are hoping to spark enthusiasm among their parties' most loyal voters. Phil Murphy is stumping with popular Democrats like former Vice President Joe Biden, and Republican Kim Guadagno is gambling that her hardline message on immigration...
Nearly half are no longer used by the building's original congregation.
Up and down the New Jersey coastline, houses have gotten bigger, taller and, with few exceptions, pricier in the years after Sandy. Year-round ownership continues to decline as wealthier families buy second homes and move in.
"They wanted to think about doing history from the bottom up. Rather than dictating the history of the community, they wanted to document how they people think about themselves."
County and municipal officials presented two sites that they believe could serve as viable locations for the e-commerce giant: the sprawling Chester City waterfront and nearly 1 million square feet of open and redevelopable land in Middletown Township, seven miles away.
Some have called it Philadelphia's last death penalty case.