STEPHEN J. Traitz Jr., 79, a colorful labor leader who was the central figure in the Roofers union scandal of the 1980s, died Tuesday at his farm in Trooper, Montgomery County.
LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. (AP) - Gov. Chris Christie says New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission employees are now required to undergo customer service training.
Police have apologized for raiding a Southwest Philadelphia woman's home early Wednesday based on inaccurate information, but the woman, Ronik Jardine, refuses to accept the apology.
Philadelphia police peacefully negotiated the surrender of a man who threatened his parents, and later police, with a samurai sword at his Juniata Park house Thursday, and who then ran back into his house alone, authorities said.
When Joseph Hill Coles was 17, he sold drugs for food, slept in LOVE Park, and withstood the indignities of adult homeless shelters.