The end result could be fewer billboards overall, but more of them would be digital electronic displays.
They’re the first voices you hear when you dial 911.
Camden County police chief Scott Thomson said the arrests will help cut overall crime.
According to the poll, 52 percent of registered New Jersey voters think Menendez should leave office, versus 39 percent who think not.
If as President of the United States you would use the federal government to crush state power, you are not a conservative.
Government officials expect the bridge, closed since a sinkhole opened last month, to be reopened by the end of the summer and say the contractor will be fined $20,000 a day if it isn’t.
Congressman Fitzpatrick Calls For ‘Cleaning House’ Of Certain Positions At VA Office In Philadelphia
In wake of a report from the Inspector General at the Department of Veterans Affairs that detailed corruption and abuse, Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick called for new leadership at the office in Philadelphia.
It was part of a nationwide mobilization of low-wage workers who want to see the national minimum wage raised to $15 an hour.
Homeland Security secretary Jeh Johnson was not saying immediately how much money the federal government will chip in for security at next year’s Democratic National Convention.
The idea would involve allowing bars in certain areas, such entertainment zones and/or center city Philadelphia, to remain open until 4:00am.
John Hanson, CEO of Patco’s parent, the Delaware River Port Authority, says the persistent software issues have been addressed at last.
The VA inspector-general found more than 31,000 claims and questions from veterans collecting dust for an average of nearly a year, and the personal information of veterans and VA staff left in a kitchen area for anyone to see.
Executives and businesspeople gathered today in a conference room at Campbell’s Soup Co. to talk about the steps necessary for revitalizing Camden.
Pennsylvania state senators are advancing a bill to expand penalties for people who falsely represent their military record for their personal benefit.
Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey says national incidents of police violence has made recruiting minorities for the Philadelphia police force much tougher.