In Atlantic City, a broadcaster who has worked for almost six decades at the same station called it a career this week.
Facilities in Cherry Hill, Vineland and Pleasantville, New Jersey are being sold to the Center Management Group, based in New York, for $40-million.
Among those getting ready for next month’s papal visit are the people who run Saint Charles Seminary in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, where a new year of classes are set to begin.
A New Jersey state court has given Stockton University the green light to find another buyer for the shuttered Showboat Casino in Atlantic City.
Looking to buy that house at the Jersey Shore? How about a little place where the Chairman of the Board once stayed when he played Atlantic City?
Tolls are likely to be going up next month for drivers who use the Tacony-Palmyra and Burlington-Bristol Bridges.
NJ’s Largest Teachers Union Supports Sweeney’s Proposal To Push For Federal Loans To Help State Pension Plans
Sweeney has insisted his proposed trillion dollar fund for troubled states to tap into is not a bailout.
If you live in New Jersey and you’re not all that thrilled about it lately, you are not alone.
A newly released Gallop poll suggests America’s no longer all that enamored with Pope Francis, although he’s still a rather popular guy.
It must remain a golf course for at least five years and should the owners ever want to sell, Cherry Hill gets first chance to buy.
The White House has approved New Jersey’s request for federal disaster relief for four South Jersey counties hammered by a storm last month that left some 300,000 people in the dark, many of them for days.
If you live in southern New Jersey and are making plans to see Pope Francis in Philadelphia in late September, you might want to keep your options open. Local officials say they’re getting ready and that safety is a top priority.
Rowan University is playing host to some 100 middle school girls over the next two days, young ladies who are thinking about careers in engineering.
Hotels and motels at the Jersey Shore have noticed an uptick in business during the week of the pope’s visit to Philadelphia over the same time last year.
We talk about surveys at KYW Newsradio all the time, but a Texas pollster with ties to our area asked that question of Pennsylvania voters.