Soccer legend Pelé is headlining the star-studded guest list.
Charles Plosser told the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce that US monetary policy should be “returned to a more normal footing,” following preset rules.
With four casinos gone in the past year, putting more than 8,000 people out of work, New Jersey’s congressional delegation got the US Labor Department to put together $29.4 million in grants for retraining that idled work force.
“I was so humbled, to be honest,” says Wharton junior Aaron Goldstein after being named Entrepreneur magazine’s “College Entrepreneur of the Year” for his Fever Smart device.
The resort on Tuesday formed the Atlantic City Sports Commission, whose mission will be to attract sporting events of all sizes to the seaside resort.
Christie’s speech heralded what the governor says were bipartisan accomplishments on taxes, education, and judicial reform.
Defense attorney Fortunato Perri Jr. has downplayed alleged threats by Joseph Dougherty, secretly recorded, as mere “testosterone talk.”
New Jersey’s Congressional delegation announced today that Atlantic City could receive up to $29.4 million in emergency grants to help the oppressed work force.
The grandson of Oscar Hammerstein has scaled back his plan for a museum honoring the Broadway lyricist in an effort to get zoning approval.
“People are losing their homes, they’re losing their vehicles, they’re not able to take care of their children,” says former Palmer staffer Sultan Ashley. “They don’t have medical coverage.”
One of center city Philadelphia’s longest-operating homeless shelters and soup kitchens is opening its doors as part of an overnight initiative to help get homeless men off the streets.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art, usually closed on Mondays, will be open on Monday, January 19th for Martin Luther King Day, and it’s part of a whole weekend of events.
The track opened in 1946.
KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
Buying habits of motorists are changing in part because of falling gasoline prices.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!