The artworks, taken from schools including Wilson Middle School, include paintings by noted artist Henry Ossawa Tanner.
The Quinnipiac poll puts incumbent Chris Christie up nearly 2-1 over State Senator Barbara Buono.
The deal struck funds the government only through mid-January, and allows the nation to borrow through February 7th.
Lonegan says his message of less government failed to ring through for a majority of New Jersey voters.
The family started the company in 1917, and Goldenberg’s Peanut Chews have been sticking to teeth in Philadelphia ever since.
The new transit station in Pennsauken links two rail lines that crossed, but never connected — until now.
Pelley told 1,200 members of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce that there may be some progress toward ending the government shutdown and raising the debt celiing.
Amid concerns about its location, plans for a new ShopRite supermarket on Admiral Wilson Boulevard are moving ahead.
The government shutdown isn’t having an immediate impact on local medical research. But for some sick people, it could be delaying their treatment.
The new, $100-million MD Anderson Cooper Cancer Center features state-of-the-art treatment facilities.
A veteran South Jersey teacher with a novel approach has been named New Jersey’s Nonpublic School Teacher of the Year.
Philadelphia public schools have been open for a month now and there is no solution to the district’s budget crisis.
Districtwide, reading scores were down 2½ points, and math scores were down four points.
A traveling music and technology festival was in Philadelphia on Friday, giving high school students an arts experience they might not otherwise get because of budget cuts.
The goal is $500,000, by October 15th, to buy paper, workbooks, and other school supplies for Philadelphia schoolkids.