A Bucks County town shut down a farm’s events and wine shop. So the farmer is running for office.

For nearly two years, the Torrice family in Bucks County has fought Hilltown authorities over zoning citations for the family's farm, Tabora. Caleb Torrice, incensed by what he saw as increasingly punitive measures, has struck back, with a political campaign.

America’s Halloween obsession, and migrant labor, helped one man become Pennsylvania’s pumpkin king

Farmer Brian Campbell said migrant workers are vital to harvesting his 2,000 acres of pumpkins every year.

America’s Halloween obsession, and migrant labor, helped one man become Pennsylvania’s pumpkin king

Farmer Brian Campbell said migrant workers are vital to harvesting his 2,000 acres of pumpkins every year.

Fatal gunshot victim found on I-95 near Commodore Barry Bridge

The death of the 33-year-old man from Philadelphia is being investigated as a homicide, Pennsylvania State Police said.

Fatal gunshot victim found on I-95 near Commodore Barry Bridge

The death of the 33-year-old man from Philadelphia is being investigated as a homicide, Pennsylvania State Police said.

Not-guilty decision in Rittenhouse Square stabbing spurs ugly threats, relatives say

Michael White's aunt and uncle said Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and even Craigslist have been awash in threats and racist tirades, leaving them scared for White's safety. Linda Schellenger also says she has received ugly Internet commentary.

Not-guilty decision in Rittenhouse Square stabbing spurs ugly threats, relatives say

Michael White's aunt and uncle said Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and even Craigslist have been awash in threats and racist tirades, leaving them scared for White's safety. Linda Schellenger also says she has received ugly Internet commentary.
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If there’s something wrong in your West Philly neighborhood, who you gonna call? These guys.

Tired of seeing their neighbors surrender to crime and blight, a group of men stepped up.

Tropical Storm Nestor heading for Carolinas; Philly region could be on ‘fringe’

Nestor could brush the region with rain on Sunday, forecasters say.

ME’s rulings in couple’s July 4 Penn’s Landing drownings leave unanswered questions

The Medical Examiner's Office listed the manner of Anjania Patterson's death as "undetermined" and that of Timothy Siler as "accidental."

Relief is coming for some Bucks County residents with tainted tap water. But others are still waiting.

Nearly three years since chemicals known as PFAS were found in their well water, the Perkasie-area homeowners are expected to get treatment systems that enable them to stop relying on bottled water.

Students hack into Chester County school district system for senior game, exposing student information

The district said the alleged hackers were students trying “to obtain student addresses to gain a competitive advantage for the senior water games."

Key Northeastern governors join forces to chart a path to legalizing marijuana

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said the summit resulted in “meaningful agreements” on market regulation, public health, law enforcement, and vaping best practices.

Man charged in Camden beating death

The victim died Wednesday, nearly three weeks after he was found beaten unconscious on a Camden street.

Chicago teachers are on strike. Could it happen in Philly?

The Philadelphia teachers union president has said he is optimistic an agreement will be reached here and that a strike like Chicago's will not be necessary.

Brothers convicted in brazen West Chester murder

Tyrell and Timothy Jacobs were convicted Thursday of killing Eric Brown in April 2018.

Developer sells former Cheltenham country club land to Bucks County builder for $9 million

More than eight years after the Matrix Development Group had been cleared by Cheltenham Township to build an expansive residential development at the former Ashbourne Country Club, it finalized the sale of the property to Bucks County-based Liberty Development Corp. for $9 million this week.

Camden County officials, environmental groups urge more state protection for Cooper River

Camden County and municipal officials on Friday urged the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to give a two-mile stretch of the Cooper River a higher level of protection, citing not only the high level of recreational use, but also the discovery of an endangered species.

From a Manayunk restaurant manager to a figure in the presidential impeachment inquiry

How did David Correia, the former by-the-books restaurant manager from Manayunk find himself embroiled in an alleged international conspiracy swirling around the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry?

Cherry Hill school district rejects a Philly businessman’s offer to wipe out students’ lunch debts

Cherry Hill says those parents who can afford to pay their outstanding fees should do so. Meanwhile, state lawmakers are drafting legislation to expand free meals to thousands of New Jersey public school students.

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