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3rd Body Found In Philadelphia In 2 Days
PHILADELPHIA – A dead body was found on Interstate 95 Wednesday morning in Philadelphia, making it the third body found in the city in just two days.The body was found by Pennsylvania State Police on the highway near Allegheny Avenue at about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.Police are asking anyone with inform
(WATCH) Rapper Chris Brown catches boy who fainted on stage at N.J. show
By Sophie Nieto-Munoz | NJ Advance Media for NJ.comBeing invited to hang out on stage with a world famous star in front of a crowd of thousands would make anyone nervous. There's loud music, flashing lights and screaming fans staring at you.When a young boy was invited to join rapper Chris Brown at
Camden bike-share program ends abruptly
The company "has begun to reevaluate markets that present obstacles to new, green transit solutions," Andrew Daley, ofo's head of North American operations, said in a statement.
Boat gets stranded on I-676 in Camden
CAMDEN, N.J. (WPVI) --A boat which at one time was being towed by a trailer detached and landed on I-676 in Camden, New Jersey.The mishap created a backup early Thursday morning on the southbound lanes near Morgan Boulevard.The stranded watercraft was eventually pushed to the side so traffic could g
Parkway Won't Host Made In America 2019, Founder Jay-Z Responds
PHILADELPHIA – Made In America 2019 won't be on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, according to multiple reports, and the festival's founder Jay-Z is not happy.
Police Investigating As Residents React To Body Stuffed Inside Suitcase Found In Southwest Philadelphia
“In most cases involving suspicious deaths, we at least know who the victim is, at least early on in many cases. But in this case, because of the state of decomposition, it makes it even more difficult,” Ross said. “Some preliminary indications are it may be a female.”
Philadelphia City Controller released a new report about government sexual misconduct
Mayor Jim Kenney is in support of Rhynhart saying, “It takes a lot of courage to come forward, to make an allegation, and put yourself out there.”
Two arrested in gas station robbery in Burlington Twp.
Police said they recently arrested Blackwood residents Brian J. Smith, 31, and Travis W. Graham, 22, for the crime.
5 injured in explosion in vehicle shop at Army depot
Employees evacuate the area following an incident Thursday, July 19, 2018, at Letterkenny Army Depot in Chambersburg, Pa.. A small explosion Thursday in a vehicle shop at the Army depot injured at least four workers, three of them seriously, officials said. (Markell DeLoatch/Public Opinion via AP)
Jay-Z unhappy 'Made in America' leaving Philadelphia parkway
In a Wednesday column in the Inquirer, Jay-Z accused the city of making the decision without a "meeting, notice, dialogue or proper communication." He said the festival has since 2012 "had a positive $102.8 million economic impact."
Annie/State Aid: Moorestown Patch Mid-Week Review
MOORESTOWN, NJ — You've got a lot going on in your life, and you don't always have time to log on. You might have missed something over the past few days, but Patch is here to get you caught up. Just click the headline to read the full story.
Police charge Camden woman in $100,000 heist at Marlton home
Mirella Reyes, 20, of Camden was arrested and charged with third-degree burglary and second-three theft and released on her own recognizance.
Jay-Z on Made in America: 'We are disappointed that the Mayor of the City of Philadelphia would evict us from the heart of the city' | Opinion
The Made in America festival is a multi-cultural platform that represents strength, freedom of speech and perseverance for artists and music lovers. Philadelphia, an iconic city, represents those ideals. The location is integral to the pulse of the festival. The Parkway is a cultural arts center tha
Barbara Rothschild never forgot you, South Jersey
For 32 years, Barbara S. Rothschild wrote for the Courier-Post. The Mount Laurel resident was, by turns, a reporter, columnist and op-ed editor — and in 1995, she helped hire me.
Homeless teens in Philly tap rough memories to help others understand their lives
HEATHER KHALIFA / Staff PhotographerCori Dixon, 17, (left) and Christopher Jones, also 17, in Saunders Park in West Philadelphia. Both educate others on homelessness, which they have experienced.
Evesham Police: Man Shoplifts From Kohl's, Threatens To Kill Store's Loss Prevention Officer
Police say the suspect, a white male in his mid-20s, entered the store with a young girl around 6 or 7. While inside Kohl’s, police say the suspect attempted to shoplift merchandise and when he was confronted by a loss prevention officer, he threatened to him.
Kawhi Leonard's trade to Raptors hurts Sixers in multiple ways
That’s because the Sixers haven’t improved this offseason – on paper. You never know. If Markelle Fultz comes back and somehow plays close to an NBA all-star level, then and only then are the Sixers better. But on paper, the Sixers have not improved. In fact, they are probably weaker than they were
Man who contracted flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing in NJ to lose fingers
CAMDEN, N.J. (WTXF)- A man hospitalized after contracting a flesh-eating bacteria while crabbing in New Jersey must have his fingers amputated, according to his family.
2 Children Missing After Armed Men Steal Vehicle
Police are searching for two missing children who were inside an SUV stolen by two armed men in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia.Police say two armed men got out of a black Acura and approached the owner of a white Lincoln Navigator at Kensington and Allegheny avenues Wednesday around 9 p.m
Court gives Philly - and its kids - some sugar in soda tax victory | Editorial Â
Matt SlocumA sweetened beverage tax sign is posted by sweetened beverages at a supermarket in the Port Richmond neighborhood of Philadelphia, Wednesday, July 18, 2018. Philadelphia's tax on soda and other sweetened drinks was upheld Wednesday when the state's highest court rejected a challenge to th