Camden County first responders and health care professionals, along with the general public, are being invited to a training session this coming week to help combat Ebola.
The bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Camden wants a group of experts to map out the future.
A federal bankruptcy judge in Delaware has approved the plan from billionaire investor Carl Icahn to take over the Trump Taj Mahal casino-hotel, in Atlantic City.
Judge Kevin Gross is being asked by billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who holds most of the Taj Mahal’s debt, to dissolve union contracts and pension plans as one condition of taking over the place and keeping it running.
The U.S. needs to get better protective procedures in place in this country, according to Delaware County Republican Pat Meehan
Officials say the risk of an infected person coming into the area are low, but with Liberian enclaves in Lansdowne, Darby, and Upper Darby, there are concerns.
Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Irving Fryar and his mother will be tried on mortgage fraud charges in Burlington County.
This time, New Jersey lawmakers see a loophole, planning to partially repeal the state ban and allow casinos and racetracks to proceed without regulation.
The latest Rutgers Eagleton survey would suggest Christie’s not as popular as he used to be. In fact, those numbers are at their lowest levels in 3 years, according to poll director David Redlawsk.
Camden County officials have pointed to a marked drop in crime in Camden since the county took over the city’s police department.
It’s been discussed for well over 15 years. Setting up a commuter rail link from Camden through to Woodbury and Glassboro, New Jersey. Now, a proposed environmental impact study has been put on hold by federal officials.
The current bill would mandate one hour of paid time off for every 30 hours worked, to an annual maximum of five days.
The former treasurer of a Chester County volunteer fire company is charged with ripping them off over a six-year period to the tune of more than $300,000.
Among the many provisions included in the $110-million deal for Brookfield Property Partners to buy the closed Revel Hotel and Casino is a statement that the company is not necessarily tied to rehiring Revel workers.
Florida developer Glenn Straub, the only other major bidder in the auction, complained that the auction process, in its final hours, was rigged against him.