Two Collingswood, New Jersey bakers came in second place this week on the season finale of “The Next Great Baker.”
Prosecutors in four South Jersey counties and their offices honored their own Thursday during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.
Some towns have begun accepting applications from same-sex couples who want to get married on Monday.
The Newark mayor has been drawing criticism from his opponents in a special U.S. Senate election for where he hasn’t been so far: campaign forums with them.
With all the rain we’ve had around here this week, some wonder why there hasn’t been a lot more flooding. The answer, in some cases, is water management.
Camden County freeholder Jeff Nash says Newton Lake needs to be cleared of algae because otherwise, the lake will slowly fill in.
Police are looking for two armed men who robbed a gas station in Collingswood, Camden County.
The appreciative audience of schoolkids at the Scottish Rite Auditorium listened as the orchestra played Camille Saint-Saen’s “Carnival of the Animals,” with two pianos.
A New Jersey wellness center is offering a class to show that yoga is not just for women.
Unsafe conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy have caused many, but not all, area municipalities to postpone trick-or-treating.
Chestnut Hill has made the American Planning Association’s 2012 list of Great Neighborhoods in America.
The towns are motivated by the two-percent cap on property tax increases imposed two years ago by the State of New Jersey.
“On Labor Day, the most important thing for labor is to protect themselves,” said Steve Sweeney, president of the New Jersey state senate.
The Pop Shop, in Collingswood, NJ, is known for its grilled cheese sandwiches, especially since their grilled cheese “throwdown” a few years ago with celebrity chef Bobby Flay.
Chris discusses Rick Santorum’s Presidential campaign and Michele Bachmann’s decision to drop out, a grenade found at the King of Prussia Mall, a dispute over a tribute to Michael Landon in Collingswood, and talks to Daily News Editor Larry Platt about the city’s DROP program.