George Washington says goodbye, America takes nuclear testing underground, Simon & Garfunkel reunite in Central Park, and emoticons are born, all on this day.
1676: Jamestown, Virginia, the first permanent English settlement in the Americas, is burned to the ground by the forces of Nathaniel Bacon during Bacon's Rebellion. Bacon and other Virginians rose up when Gov. William Berkeley refused to retaliate for a series of Indian attacks on frontier settlements.
We will get a taste of spring today with mild temperatures hitting the lower 60s under partly sunny skies.
Businesses in one Reading neighborhood say crime is killing business.
Imagine there are no prisons; it may be hard to do.
The Montgomery County coroner has released the results of an autopsy on the pregnant wife of a Pennsylvania state trooper.
Saving lives is nothing new for police officers, but soon they may be going about it in a whole new way in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
How did a good deed in Lehigh County go so wrong?
Lower Milford Elementary School, it's been good knowing you.
Adrian Lang thought about going back to college for years, but at 47 she decided it was finally time.
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The defense failed to poke many holes in the testimony of a pathologist who cast doubt on the time line of events Oscar Pistorius said led up to the death of his girlfriend.
Ladies, add these 10 "superfoods" to your diet to stay lean, healthy and strong.
Spanish Influenza breaks out, Janet Reno is confirmed as the first female attorney general, and a massive earthquake and tsunami cripple Japan, all on this day.