Are New Jersey’s high-rise buildings safe from the kind of collapse that occurred in Florida? NJ.com looked into inspections and it’s not a pretty picture.
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Philadelphia podcaster Jason Peters completed a 62-mile walk from Philly to Atlantic City over the weekend, a publicity-seeking effort to raise funds for “Project Ownership.”
Clean-air advocates are urging Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf to beef up his administration’s proposed methane rule.
More than 100 groups are urging Congress to allocate money in the infrastructure package toward coastal restoration projects that would protect communities, including in New York, from major storms and sea-level rise.
ALBANY, NY (SBN) – New York has made major strides in lowering the number of incarcerated youths through implementation of “raise the age” laws, and…
Chicago-based Rob Reinalda, award-winning editor and author of “Why Editors Drink: A Snarky Look at Common, Often Hilarious, Writing Blunders,” discusses how modern writing is failing and what to do about it.
New York ranks highly among states for children’s health and education, but advocates for families say additional federal aid could allow for a better economic comeback from the recession.
President Joe Biden’s administration announced a strategic plan to address gun violence, with a focus on community violence intervention in cities like Philadelphia
By Alvin Plexico Navy Office of Community Outreach GROTON, Conn. – A Westampton, New Jersey, native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard USS California, one of the world’s most advanced nuclear-powered submarines. Seaman Samuel Scott, a 2019 Grand Rancocas Valley Regional High School graduate, joined the Navy one year ago. “I joined the Navy […]
A new report on child well-being shows returning to pre-pandemic levels of economic, educational and health support, in Pennsylvania and beyond, could be harmful to children. SBN correspondent Steve Lubetkin has more in this audio report.