Get ready, Philly: The revitalized Cherry Street Pier — featuring Delaware river views, artist studios, an outdoor garden and a cafe — is scheduled to make […]
This is a developing story and may be updated at any time. A 30-foot boat, docked near the Tacony section of Northeast Philadelphia, was engulfed […]
Remove “taking a dip in the Delaware” from your bucket list for this weekend: Authorities in Bucks County are warning would-be swimmers to steer clear […]
A New Jersey woman found a wedding ring in the Delaware River while tubing in Bucks County last week, and she’s trying to get it […]
The Delaware River is extremely choppy when I sail for the very first time. I’m on a small boat with three members of Philadelphia’s Liberty […]
A Republican powerbroker and CEO was found dead in the Delaware River this week. Police pulled 83-year-old Fred Anton’s body from the waters around 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, one day […]
Philadelphia police rescued a deer in the Delaware River Thursday evening. According to CBS3, officers with the department’s Marine Unit spotted the deer stuck in a […]
Environmentalists are banding together to attempt to permanently ban fracking within the Delaware River Watershed.
The Delaware River Bridge, which closed in late January after a serious fracture was discovered in its steel framework, reopened last night ahead of schedule.
The Delaware River Bridge will remain closed for at least two weeks – and possibly much longer – as officials and experts scramble to determine the cause […]
You don’t have to stop to pay tolls on the Delaware River-Turnpike Bridge. That doesn’t mean you won’t be paying them, though. In a change […]
This summer, the opulent Glen Foerd Mansion will come alive with a Roaring Twenties lawn party complete with jazz, Prohibition-era cocktails and more. Jazz Age on the Delaware kicks […]
A 61-foot tall, 11-ton duck is coming to Philadelphia next month. As part of the 2015 Tall Ships Philadelphia/Camden festival, being held from June 25th […]