Obamacare, organic soy milk, and birth control pills have proven to be a volatile mix for Eden Foods, a small, highly regarded natural foods company.
Proprietor of One Stop Bait & Tackle says gleaming Revel's closing "is going to affect every single one of us."
IF YOU PAY good money for an airline ticket, should you be free to recline your seat without guilt?
Likewise, if you pay good money for a gadget that would stop the passenger in front of you from reclining his or her seat, should you have the right to use the device?
Elizabeth Egbert, 69, the president and chief executive of the Staten Island Museum for the last 12 years, died Saturday after battling multiple myeloma, the museum said.
MOORESTOWN The 200 Club of Burlington County will hold a memorial service Sept. 11 to remember the victims of the terrorist attack of Sept. 11, 2001, and honor first responders who worked to provide emergency services.
Bryn Mawr Hospital demolishes two buildings
LOWER MERION Bryn Mawr Hospital is in the middle of a months-long project to demolish two buildings on its campus and fill in the sites, at least temporarily, with gravel, paving and grass, a hospital official said.
The Bucks County boarding school that publicly acknowledged its staff or faculty had sexually abused students in past decades disclosed Monday that the perpetrators include one of its founders.
The furniture has been rearranged, and new decorations adorn the walls and bookshelves of Room 312 in City Hall.
The T-shirted battalions of union members showed up, as usual, for the annual Labor Day parade along the Delaware River waterfront.
A 26-year-old man was shot and killed Monday morning during an argument in the Kensington section of the city, Philadelphia police said.
It's time to build Mo'ne and the Monarchs that baseball academy.
Family on their way to getting new door following Daily News article.
MOSCOW - Russian officials pressed Ukraine on Monday to declare a cease-fire with separatists, but Ukrainians say they are locked in a war not just against the rebels but also against Russia - on behalf of Europe.
Bruce Hodgman, 76, a former newsman who worked for the Associated Press for 39 years, died Friday at a hospital 18 months after he was diagnosed with cancer, his wife, Marion Hodgman, said.
Free job training program seeks applicants
MEDIA Delaware County is accepting applications from at-risk youth for a job training program.
WEST CHESTER As officials make major decisions over the next few years about the five new train stations planned for Chester County, residents can go to the website of State Sen.
OCEAN CITY, N.J. - As Labor Day weekend traffic squeezed onto the expressways, returning the masses to work and school at this unofficial end to summer, the crowds had dwindled considerably around Chris Denn's lifeguard chair.
Gov. Christie's three-day trade mission to Mexico will begin Wednesday with an agenda that includes a meeting with President Enrique Peña Nieto, receptions with business leaders, and a trip to a Mexican state with New Jersey connections.
Hugging and sobbing, hundreds of students and parents congregated at Council Rock High School South in Bucks County Monday afternoon to grieve three sophomore student athletes who died in a car crash over the weekend.
ATLANTIC CITY - As the final guests checked out of the Revel Casino Hotel Monday morning, some said they were convinced that the $2.4-billion bankrupt property would reopen under a new owner.
A neighborhood landmark burns down on Labor Day morning.
Federal guidelines on reporting campus crime make it hard to know where they're safe -- especially off-campus.
The 1990 federal Clery Act lists 7 types of crimes that must be reported.
Yves Carcelle, 66, the former chief executive officer who turned Louis Vuitton into the world's largest and most valuable luxury brand, died Sunday following a long illness.
Haddonfield to honor cobbler
HADDONFIELD Cobbler James Spinelli, owner of Quaker Shoe Repair in Haddonfield, will be honored at 6:15 p.m. Thursday with a celebration and presentation of a borough proclamation at his shop at 12 Tanner St.
Former NYPD officer to be featured at 9/11 ceremony
LOWER MAKEFIELD The Garden of Reflection in Lower Makefield, Pennsylvania's official memorial for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, will host its remembrance on the day's anniversary this year.
After Red Mascara, 92, wrote "I'm From New Jersey" in 1960, he started campaigning for it to become the official state song.
More than a century after a Quaker florist spread spores he imported from England beneath greenhouse benches and sparked mushroom farming in southern Chester County, cultivation of the fertile fungi is a $500 million industry that still provides jobs for hard-working immigrants.
Caroline Anderson Burnett, 97, formerly of Swarthmore, a polio survivor who defied doctors' predictions that she would never walk again or have a child, died Monday, Aug. 25, of causes related to aging at her home at Kendal at Longwood.
LAKE ARIEL, Pa. (AP) - Counselors were being provided for students and parents in a suburban Philadelphia school district on Labor Day after three sophomores were killed in an SUV crash.