Cathedral Kitchen helps low-income people who are at risk due to a lack of marketable job skills.
As in past years, the soundtrack to those pyrotechnics will be carried on KYW Newsradio 1060.
Steve Lee, acting director of the state’s Division of Consumer Affairs, labels the operation an “enforcement action” to prevent potential fraud.
In Camden, a “die-in” was held in front of the courthouse. A Philadelphia group blocked traffic on Broad Street.
Officer Gabrielle Camacho said she looks forward to her 30 minutes with the students each week.
Several sources say they expect New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority to approve a ten-year tax credit plan to get carmaker Subaru of America to move its corporate headquarters from Cherry Hill to Camden.
The City of Margate, NJ, is continuing its legal battle against the State of New Jersey and the US Army Corps of Engineers, trying to block construction of a proposed dune system.
Governor Chris Christie, in announcing the grant today, conceded that the half-century-old building needs a lot of work.
The work on the historic “Wilson Building” will be a major milestone in the revitalization of the Cooper Street area.
Boxing legend and light-heavyweight champ Bernard Hopkins partnered with Price Rite to give away 500 turkeys for the holiday.
The students got the works: automotive technology fundamentals, learning about engine repair, brakes, suspensions, steering, and electrical systems.
“Employers are very much open to giving somebody a second chance,” says Sean Hinnegan, a job developer for Goodwill Industries of Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.
CWA state president Hetty Rosenstein says security in the building where Coleman works has now been beefed up, but she’s not sure for how long.
A man charged in the shooting death of a Camden woman has been arraigned on murder charges.
Camden has been without a single supermarket for more than a year, when a Pathmark closed.