Battle Over Revolutionary War-Era Building Could Go To D.C.The ongoing saga over the fate of a house in Bellmawr, New Jersey that dates back to revolutionary times is now being taken to Washington. A South Jersey congressman is asking the feds to consider what to do about the building.
Philadelphia's Jewish Community Remembers Shimon PeresThe passing of former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres is stirring memories far and wide,
Subaru Donates 2000+ Books To Camden SchoolsPublic schools in Camden got a helping hand from a soon-to-be corporate neighbor.
New COO Hired At DRPABut don't look for a lot of changes at the bi-state agency.
Opponents Of North Jersey Gaming Vow To Continue CampaignThe "Our Turn" campaign was recently shut down.
'Revel' Making Way For 'Ten' As Early As 2017There now appears to be some real movement to reopen the former Revel Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City.
SJ Community College Now Sees 4-Year Schools As CompetitorsRowan College at Burlington County informed several they may no longer come on campus to lobby.
Push For North Jersey Casinos Loses Its Financial SupportersThe major financial drivers behind a voter referendum that would pave the way for two casinos in North Jersey are pulling the plug on their paid media campaign.
NJ Legislators Debate How Far To Take Distracted Driving EnforcementHow far should the government go in making sure you're paying attention while driving your car?
Not Your Run-Of-The-Mill Dog Show Set For South JerseyPolice dogs from far and wide will converge on one South Jersey community next week to compete for the title of top dog.
NJ Considers Banning Elephants From State Carnivals, Circuses"We will be the first state in the nation to ban elephants in circuses," Union County Democrat Raymond Lesniak said.
Playbook Offered To Towns Asking For Federal HelpIt shows how the Obama Administration has tried a different way to assist cities in need.