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Past articles by David:

Bob Menendez Makes It Official: He Wants A Third Term

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez launched his bid for a third term Wednesday. → Read More

Refresher Course For Air Travelers In Philadelphia On Airline Security

Officials brought their demonstration to Philadelphia. → Read More

Take Two, Maybe, On Takeover Of Lourdes Health System With New Potential Partner

Late last year, there was a very public breakup of a potential merger between Cooper Health System and the Michigan-based owners of Our Lady of Lourdes hospitals in Camden and Burlington. → Read More

Two Nor'easters Down, Maybe One More To Go, Keeping South Jersey Shore Towns On Edge

South Jersey shore towns are in damage assessment mode, again, after the second nor'easter to hit them in less than a week. → Read More

Sorry, Kids! Most South Jersey Schools Will Be Open For Eagles Parade

Schools in Philadelphia are closed for tomorrow's Eagles parade, but what about the rest of the region? → Read More

PATCO Plan For Eagles’ Super Bowl Parade: Service Changes And A Plea For Patience

PATCO will be making some changes on Thursday to accommodate the throngs of Eagles fans heading to Philadelphia for the Super Bowl parade. → Read More

Murphy Taps Consultant As Next New Jersey Transit Boss

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has tapped a top public transit consultant to take over New Jersey Transit. → Read More

New Atlantic City Campus For Stockton University Taking Shape

Plans for the new Stockton University campus at the southern end of the Atlantic City boardwalk are proceeding on schedule for a planned opening this fall. → Read More

Event In Trenton Highlights Efforts To Combat Human Trafficking In New Jersey

It's a $9.5 billion a year business worldwide, and the Garden State by fault of geography is right in the middle of it. → Read More

‘Safe Stop’ Program Shows Young NJ Drivers What To Do When Pulled Over «

Students at Willingboro High School got a primer from state and local law enforcement on how to handle things if they're ever stopped by police while driving. → Read More

Analyst: Sale Of Revel Could Be Good And Bad For Atlantic City

So now that the Revel's been sold, again, what's the future of the $2 billion hotel-casino at the north end of the Atlantic City boardwalk? And what does it mean for the town's other casinos? → Read More

Jersey Shore Braces For Nor’easter «

Municipalities are setting up warming stations in case the lights go out and if the situation gets bad enough, the county is ready to open some of their own. → Read More

Contract Ratified Between Christie Administration And Atlantic City Police Union

The length of the deal, announced by the state Department of Community Affairs, was not released. → Read More

NJ Governor Likely To Leave Office With Unblemished Veto Record

Chris Christie may be leaving the New Jersey Governor's office next month with some of the worst voter approval numbers in modern history, but there is one area where his record is likely to close with a 100% success rate. → Read More

New Area Code On The Way In 2018 For Much Of South Jersey

Some changes are coming with the new year for thousands of phone users in South Jersey. → Read More

Free Rides To Ring In 2018 For Residents Of Two Burlington County Towns

For the third consecutive year, residents of a Burlington County town are being offered free rides from local establishments back home to ring in the new year. → Read More

NJ Governor Orders Towns To Allow For Property Tax Pre-Payment In Advance Of Trump Tax Changes

Some municipalities in the state are already setting things up to allow people to pre-pay, according to Gov. Chris Christie's executive order. → Read More

NJ Business Survey Suggests Improvement, With Possible Catch, In 2018

Business people in the Garden State are looking forward to 2018, although they have some concerns at the state capitol. → Read More

Former South Jersey Top Cop Pleads Not Guilty To Racism Charges

Frank Nucera, Jr. left his post earlier this year before the federal charges were filed. → Read More

Atlantic City Gets Its Own Pro Soccer Team

Plans are to play 14 games in the inaugural season to start in the spring, with road contests taking them as far west as Hershey and as far north as Scranton. → Read More