Cherry Hill NJ
Newly released federal numbers put New Jersey’s unemployment rate at 9.8 percent, a full 1½ percent above the national average and continuing as the highest rate in the tri-state.
“Where some of our towns were paying $72 a ton to empty their trash, Camden County’s communities will now be paying $59 a ton,” says county freeholder Jeffrey Nash.
New Jersey’s trial run for red light cameras suffered a setback earlier this summer after critics charged the “yellow” was turning to “red” too fast in some cases.
Five individuals have been arrested in connection to a car burglary ring that has been striking in the Burlington and Camden County area for the past few months.
Cherry Hill Police have made an arrest in connection to a wave of car robberies near the east end of the city.
While the proposal has some people worried, a township official urges calm.
”Project Medicine Drop” sets up drop boxes, similar to postal street mailboxes, at police stations.
A small South Jersey digital content marketing firm has a big break, as its DVDs are now being sold in 1,300 Wal-Mart stores.
Cherry Hill High School East students are competing with nearly 30 other schools for a driving simulator.
These warm, sunny days in March can be good and bad news for area farmers.
John Ross, 58, is director of education at the Prism Career Institute in Cherry Hill and an instructor there.
In this week’s What’s Cooking on 1060, Hadas Kuznits interviews the originator of the “dessert dog” and the chefs behind Square Peg and Jar Bar restaurants in center city.
In 2008, John Adler became the first Democrat in more than a century to represent New Jersey’s heavily Republican Third Congressional District. Two years later, Runyan ousted Adler, who passed away last April.
“I’m Ian De Fabio with the Dubh Linn Square Pubs Beer School and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
Someone is apparently going to great lengths to rip off items at a New Jersey Department of Transportation yard in Cherry Hill.