The 6th annual Rutgers Day is set for Saturday, April 26th in North Jersey, a day-long free festival to demonstrate all that the university offers.
PATCO riders have a new way to follow their train schedules on the go.
Debate has begun, again, on how to handle residents of a homeless tent city in Camden.
Pope Francis has reached out to the victims of sex abuse at the hands of Catholic priests, but a group that works on behalf of the victims is not impressed.
“We’re calling it an epidemic. It’s statewide in New Jersey and I think it’s in Pennsylvania as well, from everything we can tell.” Cape May Prosecutor Robert Taylor said.
It’s a time-honored tradition on the road: drivers flashing their high beams to warn oncoming traffic of police tracking speeders.
The problem was traced to a feedwater pump, which was being checked out.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett toured Aqua America’s Compressed Natural Gas fueling station in Springfield on Tuesday and touted the benefits of the state’s natural gas drilling policies.
The Tax Foundation issued its annual study this week, which looks at the bite some taxes take out of your wallet.
A South Jersey legislature wants to make the region a more attractive place for manufacturers to set up shop.
Republicans who seek to replace former South Jersey Congressman Rob Andrews on Capitol Hill have made what could be construed as a major procedural mistake.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is moving to address thousands of complaints filed in recent months over rapidly rising electric bills.
If you’ve been on the boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ, chances are you’ve sampled their fare at Manco & Manco Pizza.
The scientific community is working on ways to better protect areas ravaged by Hurricane Sandy 17 months ago. One idea in particular is getting a good deal of attention.
Several local officials, including Atlantic City’s mayor, hopped onto the inaugural flight to Chicago for meetings there, in hopes of drumming up business.