As the Jersey shore prepares for another summer season, Atlantic City and South Jersey continues to wrestle with massive unemployment in the wake of last year’s closure of four casinos.
The ocean was unlocked and for the 12th year the business people plunged, but Memorial Day Weekend has a hollow feeling at one Ocean City store.
The adults turned the microphone over to the young folks for a while, to hear first-person accounts of the positive impact that summer jobs can have.
A number of job training programs are now in place, but they only go so far, according to Atlantic City mayor Don Guardian.
The Flourtown Farmers Market now has a new home, thanks in part to a low-interest loan from Montgomery County.
This afternoon between 1pm and 6pm, fares will be the same as they were when the jitneys first hit the streets of Atlantic City: five cents.
For merchants at the Jersey Shore, Memorial Day weekend is circled on their calendars.
The board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority has given a thumbs-up to a system called Pango, a free smartphone app that allows you to feed the meter (or kiosk) with your cell phone.
Casey says Positive Train Control could have prevented the fatal derailment of Amtrak 188.
Bucks County tourism officials and the Internet information giant Google are going off the beaten path to provide more information to visitors about parks and other attractions in the county.
Saint-Gobain has its North American headquarters in Valley Forge, soon to relocate in Malvern.
You might want to make a stop and pick up a lottery ticket.
The DRPA’s latest study suggests that reopening the station under Franklin Square, near 6th and Race Streets, wouldn’t increase ridership all that much but would enhance the area’s economy.
Newly released figures show New Jersey reached its highest level of employment in more than six years.
Members of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce listened as representatives of the group “World Meeting of Families Philadelphia” talked about regional opportunities growing out of the pope’s visit.
After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!