The owners of Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal have pushed back the scheduled closing date for the casino.
Several sources say they expect New Jersey’s Economic Development Authority to approve a ten-year tax credit plan to get carmaker Subaru of America to move its corporate headquarters from Cherry Hill to Camden.
Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian cancelled his appearance, a spokesman saying a personal emergency came up that required his attention.
Governor Chris Christie, in announcing the grant today, conceded that the half-century-old building needs a lot of work.
Professor Desmond Lun is working with counterparts from Boston University and MIT to develop a software program that will definitively state how many people–contributors he calls them–are found in DNA evidence recovered from a crime scene.
There is a proposal in the New Jersey legislature to encourage counties across the state to centralize courts to handle drug cases more efficiently.
Philadelphia’s new rink, built for the winter in Dilworth Park, is getting a challenge from Pennsauken.
One local expert suggests it’s not just the turkey that produces that feeling of tiredness.
Black Friday has become quite the shopping tradition in this country, and one local professor suggests it’s not just about getting a bargain.
Arthur Bomar, convicted in the 1996 murder of college soccer star Aimee Willard, has lost his second state appeal to get off Pennsylvania death row.
Eric Hansen, a top official at the US Travel Association, won’t come right out and say which city he thinks might be the best fit.
A New Jersey legislator wants to expand exemptions to the state’s two-percent cap.
County surrogate Patricia Jones is quick to remind anyone who asks that Camden County routinely is in the upper echelon when it comes to adoptions in New Jersey.
Sources tell KYW Newsradio a meeting will be held Monday in New York City, hosted by Revel bankruptcy attorneys, in the hope of getting the accord with Brookfield Asset Management back on track.
Police tell CBS 3 Eyewitness News that the name on the packaging has no connection to the store nor the store manager who is cooperating fully with the police. The street value of the marijuana: $300,000.