Later this week, PATCO riders will actually be able to use the first of the refurbished rail cars along the high speed line.
The title of the study, released this week by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, says it all: “Out of Reach.”
The report, compiled by the Cordero Group at the behest of the county, determined Pennsauken could save 4.8 million dollars a year with a county run department at the current staffing level of 79 officers.
As the Jersey shore prepares for another summer season, Atlantic City and South Jersey continues to wrestle with massive unemployment in the wake of last year’s closure of four casinos.
A number of job training programs are now in place, but they only go so far, according to Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian.
The DRPA’s latest study suggests that reopening the station under Franklin Square, near 6th and Race Streets, wouldn’t increase ridership all that much but would enhance the area’s economy.
The New Jersey Ethics Commission asked the state attorney general for an opinion on how far Christie’s executive order requiring financial disclosure actually goes. The six-page opinion does not address the tickets specifically.
The New Jersey Education Association is turning up the heat with a new media blitz starting Thursday
President Herman Saatkamp is on medical leave, and will step down next year. Acting president Dr. Harvey Kesselman was about to move on himself.
There’s a chubby little visitor along the Rancocas Creek in Burlington County, New Jersey these days. And while the harbor seal may be cute, you’d best keep your distance.
If you’re a fan of New Jersey fruits and veggies, the state would like you to go on like to talk about it.
Work is expected to be completed on the new Camden County animal shelter in Blackwood by the end of summer.
Casey says he deliberately avoided speaking with those still in recovery mode, but talked with physicians about the challenges they faced.
Camden County Police confirmed that President Obama will be in Camden Monday.
Today’s rollout ran into a problem when the planned web site, delcoedge.com, directed people to another site.