Major League Baseball owners have voted to move ahead with a vast expansion on instant replay next season.
Every voice matters and every vote counts, so check out this guide that will help you find all the information you need to vote.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appears undaunted by this past week’s split decision from a three judge federal appeals panel in Philadelphia that continues a prohibition on sports gambling in the Garden State.
The MLB non-waiver trade deadline is Wednesday, and rumors continue to fly about many key Phillies players.
Joe Montana and Barry Sanders are the favorites to be on the cover of Madden 25.
By better than two-to-one, members of Camden’s police union have voted down a deal that would have allowed more of their number to transfer to a new force to be run by Camden County, with the FOP serving as their bargaining agent.
Odds for Wing Bowl 21.
A New Jersey Senator has introduced early voting legislation.
Officials said there was some confusion among voters about whether the election is still being held Tuesday due to the damage inflicted by the storm, and they realize that voting is probably “the last thing” on the minds of weather-weary residents.
If you’re still looking for a reason to decide on which candidate to vote for, think about Obamacare and the fact that one report after another clearly shows that it’s going to cost the nation much, much more than originally stated by President Obama and his administration.
Today is the deadline to register to vote in Pennsylvania. The campaigns are out in force, signing up procrastinators.
Vote here to get Carlos Ruiz to the All-Star game.
Voters in a dry New Jersey seaside community that calls itself America’s Greatest Family Resort has decided to stay that way, rejecting a proposal that would have let restaurant patrons bring their own wine or beer to enjoy with dinner.
On the night before Pennsylvania’s primary, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter was joined by a number of local leaders, and Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden for a Pro-Obama rally, and to encourage Philadelphians to get out and vote.
The Pennsylvania House has begun debate on legislation that would require voters to show a photo ID when they show up at polling places to vote.