Smartphone App Could Help Heart Attack Victims In BurlcoRichard Miller, Virtua CEO, tells KYW Newsradio an alert is sent out to those who downloaded the app who are within 15 minutes of a heart attack victim.
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Rutgers-Camden Opens "Writers House" In Restored Historic BuildingNoted for its architectural design, the 1885 structure now serves as home for the English Department as well as the Masters program in creative writing.
Burlco Buys Two Homes In Imminent Danger Of Collapse Into Delaware RiverTheir backyards have been eroding for several months.
Update On "Direct Connect" Project In South JerseyHalf of the work on the "Direct Connect" project is either complete, getting worked on or in the pipeline.
Kids Take A Civics Lesson Out On The Street On Election DayA Camden charter school got its student body to get involved in today's election by hitting the streets.
Preview: New Jersey's Local ElectionsWhile New Jersey does not offer any statewide races of note, lots of local decisions will be made by voters today.
Delco Police Honored For Saving People After Heroin OverdosesNarcan has proven to be a literal life saver to those knocking of death's door after a heroin overdose.
Delco Cops Honored For Saving Lives With NarcanNarcan has proven to a literal life saver to those knocking of death's door after a heroin overdose. Delaware County honored police who have used the drug to bring addicted people back.
Tribute To A South Jersey Native Who Made History In A SailboatRowan University officially dedicated a rock sculpture in the middle of its Glassboro campus to honor the man who founded their geography department, but is perhaps best known for what he did in retirement more than 30 years ago.
Sandy Victims Take Their Case To NJ Capitol On Eve Of 3rd Anniversary Of SuperstormSeventy-five percent of those who qualify for state assistance are still out of their homes and many point a finger of blame squarely at Governor Chris Christie.
Camden County Wants Towns To Pay Up For Luring Their Cops AwayThe Camden County police department is going after a number of municipalities across New Jersey, seeking reimbursements for training officers who leave in short order to take jobs closer to home.