New Program Encourages Local Shopping On Small Business Saturday"It's a day to really celebrate the small businesses in your neighborhood, or in your community," says Kevin Moran with the Fairmount CDC.
Some Shoppers Get An Early Start On Black Friday DealsEven in the wee hours of the morning, there were cars in the King of Prussia Mall parking lot.
Ways To Prevent Shopping Season From Becoming A Budget BusterThe holiday shopping season is officially underway, and that can result in big, unwanted bills if you're not careful.
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: Winter Sports
Black Friday Madness A Game For SomeIf you're one of those serious Black Friday bargain hunters, there's a South Jersey college professor who suggests you're looking to do more than just save a few bucks.
Courts Approve "Divorce" Of Revel And Its Power ProviderThe biggest obstacle to reopening the former Revel Hotel Casino in Atlantic City has been cleared with a legal agreement reached in Camden federal court over the future of the power plant that served the facility exclusively.
NJ Lottery Defends Sales And Marketing PartnershipNew Jersey Lottery officials testified at a legislative hearing in Trenton that a partnership with a private firm to assist in sales and marketing has helped the state, despite revenue figures that are lower than projected estimates.
Atlantic City Casino Profit Up 61 Percent In 3rd QuarterThat's compared to the $147.5 million in profit they posted in the same period last year.
Thousands Stop By Christmas Village For First Preview WeekendThe Christmas Village preview weekend allows some of the shops to open early.
Local Business Leaders Sleep Outside To Support Homeless YouthSeveral dozen camped out overnight in an effort to support homeless youth in Philadelphia.
Jersey Shore Town Voting On Whether To Start Charging Plastic Bag FeeLongport officials are expected to vote on whether businesses will have to charge customers a dime for each plastic bag they use.
Pa. Senate Could Vote To End School Property Taxes (But Raise Sales And Income Taxes)The Pennsylvania State Senate could vote next week on a proposal to end school property taxes. It would be a historic first, the end of all school property taxes in the state.