According to the feds, more than 1,000 attendants at both major branded gas stations and independents were due a total of $5.5 million in overtime that was not paid.
Police suspect Amanda Deguio may have been the victim of foul play. Her family acknowledges she was engaged in prostitution.
Officials at Stockton say they knew about the longstanding covenant between Trump Entertainment and the Showboat, but were assured it wouldn’t be a problem.
Officials cut the ribbon on a 72,000-square-foot expansion to the Lockheed Martin facility in Moorestown whose goal is to keep the US Navy’s “Aegis” Combat System up to date.
Haddonfield officials had tried to buy it. There has been talk of housing, offices, school expansion, and/or open space. But nothing was settled.
New Jersey will now allow an electric car manufacturer to sell its vehicles directly to consumers. That’s a change from a policy adopted within the state just one year ago.
It’s called the Supportive School Climate Act.
With the new assessment tests already somewhat controversial in the state, some North Jersey parents were upset to learn that a company is being paid to watch their children’s online chatter.
There’s been talk for years of reopening the PATCO high speed line station in Franklin Square, which has been closed since 1979. A new study ordered by the Delaware River Port Authority is now in hand, and being poured over by commissioners and staffers.
Lawrence Carroll, 46, of Devon, Pa., was charged a year ago with abusing a child between 1990 and 1995 inside a home he owned in Tredyffrin Township.
A Pennsylvania House committee charged with overseeing casino gambling within the commonwealth held a pair of hearings in our region, looking into ways to keep the industry more competitive.
Deborah Diamond, President of Campus Philly, likens the week long event to an online matchmaking service of sorts.
The judge overseeing the Revel hotel bankruptcy in Atlantic City has decided that she can’t rule now on the $82-million offer from Florida developer Glenn Straub.
The judge presiding over the Revel bankruptcy sale expects to rule Friday on whether to approve the $82 million deal with Florida developer Glenn Straub.
Dakota Williams, left, a fifth grader at Tatem Elementary School, has a cousin with autism and always wanted to do something to help. Then fate took a hand.