The latest Rutgers-Eagleton survey shows a continued deterioration in Christie’s positive numbers since “Bridgegate” broke and Hurricane Sandy recovery problems became more of an issue.
Faced with major changes in how the government reimburses nursing homes for caring for the poor, the Catholic Diocese of Camden has appointed a 12 member panel of experts to come up with plans for the future.
A South Jersey theatre company is looking for a little help before funding issues get out of hand.
The Rutgers-Eagleton poll had shown Christie’s job performance on Sandy recovery at 80-percent when he was re-elected four months ago. Not anymore, according to poll director David Redlawsk.
A Camden woman has come down with meningitis.
Hard Rock has filed paperwork with New Jersey gambling officials to get the ball rolling toward opening a casino in Atlantic City.
Congressman Frank LoBiondo wants some answers from the FCC about the recently completed sale of WMGM-TV in Atlantic City.
There’s a new top dog in New Jersey, at least in the crime fighting world and this canine, who patrols the city of Camden, is a record setter.
New Jersey Education Commissioner Chris Cerf is resigning at the end of the month to take a private sector job. His departure is being seen by the state’s largest teachers union as an opportunity for what it calls a “new start.”
South Jersey is preparing as well as it can for whatever Mother Nature has in store, with a nor’easter on the way.
Cerf came in early in Gov. Chris Christie’s first term, after Bret Schundler was abruptly fired by the governor over policy disagreements.
Several educational leaders are suggesting the state take a slower approach to reform.
Ever since the Bridgegate probe began, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been the target of attacks from several high ranking Democrats. So it might surprise you that a local Democrat about to leave the political stage says he feels for the embattled governor.
The Atlantic City Boat Show continues through Sunday, at the Convention Center.
More than a hundred people spent the night at the Lionville Middle School before a larger shelter opened at West Chester University.