Friday Dec 6
Business Expert Shares Tips On Holiday Work Party Etiquette
'Tis the season for holiday work parties. A business expert says have fun, but be careful not to overdo it.
Ben Weir showed us the back window thieves broke to get into the Wynnfield house he shares with his roommates.
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Middlesex, Union counties hire DNA analyst in shared-services deal
WESTFIELD - Under a new shared services agreement, Middlesex County has hired a DNA analyst who will work in the Union County Prosecutor's Forensic Laboratory based in the township.
Woman Punched in the Face, Robbed
A student of St. Joseph's University was punched in the face and robbed while leaving the 7-Eleven on City Avenue on Nov. 22, at 3:05 a.m. According to police, the woman left the 7-Eleven, and was walking near the intersection of City Avenue and Orchard Road with between $20 and $30 in her hand.
Despite Kennedy's ill health his lasting legacy may be 'vigor'
At age 43, John F. Kennedy was the youngest man ever elected U.S. president, but he had "the most complex medical history of any president," an expert says.
Man Calls Police on Himself
A man called Lower Merion police after he was involved in an altercation in a St. Joseph's University dorm room on Nov. 17 at approximately 1:57 a.m. According to police two men, ages 21 and 19, were involved in an altercation in McShane Hall in the 300 block of City Avenue.
JFK: Legacy and Image
According to Francis Graham Lee, Ph.D., professor of political science at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas, is one of the defining events of 20th century America.
La Salle to build $35M business school
PHILADELPHIA La Salle University plans to build a $35 million, 78,000-square-foot, multitiered business school that will be wireless and allow students to interact with executives around the world 24 hours a day, officials said Tuesday.
Civil War Scholar Available to Comment on 150th Anniversary of Gettysburg Address
Abraham Lincoln delivered a short speech on Nov. 19, 1863, to a crowd of roughly 15,000 dignitaries, mourners and regular citizens who assembled in Gettysburg, Pa., for the dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery, the resting place of 3,500 Union casualties of the Civil War's most famous battle, which took place in July of that year.