Please go to bottom of the article to read Daily News latest article about this young man.…
Philadelphia’s Park and Recreation, in collaboration with the Fairmont Park Conservancy, officially kicked off the “Love Your Park” campaign on Saturday.
Hundreds of visitors attended the Love Your Park Week kickoff event at Clark Park in University City, where vendors peddled wares, food and garments along with exotic art and books. There were also performances on the stage situated in the park where live musicians performed as visitors ate lunch beneath the trees of the…
Think, Think Think, who do you know - just copy the info for Wake Forest and send to a young person still deciding on her or his future, Who is undecided and a recent college grad - or underemployed or not employed. A year for an MBA is most important and a MBA degree melds with almost any adventure of life.…
Medical Office Space Available in A Thriving Medical Arts Building on Hospital Campus Located in Willingboro, NJ minutes from the NJ Turnpike, I-295 and the Route 130 Corridor, the Rancocas Valley Professional Arts Building sits on a bustling hospital campus, and is home to a variety of specialties.
Medical Office Space Available contiguous with the Lourdes Hospital Campus
Located in Willingboro, NJ minutes from the NJ Turnpike, I-295 and the Route 130 Corridor, the Rancocas Valley Professional Arts Building sits on a bustling hospital campus, and is home to a variety of specialties.
Base rent is $28/sf + NNN
3AB - 1644 SF
3CD - 1644 SF
COMBINED UNIT 3ABCD - 3288 SF
To find out more and/or to schedule a walk-through call Harry at (267) 242-5628.
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Drug dealing out of corner store.
The people at 2002 Parrish Street continue to store their trash & recycling in front of their building. This has been going on for a while now. They also don't bag their trash so the collectors don't always take it all.
This home is a blight on the street - the city posted a notice on the garage door within the past year, but the owner/resident (though there never are lights on, and you never see anyone coming/going, there is absolutely a person who is living/squatting in there) scraped it off. Have any steps been taken to enforce proper care of this home?
OCEAN CITY, N.J. - When a hundred or so suit-wearing, briefcase-carrying business owners plunge into the 57-degree ocean at noon Friday to signify the "unlocking" of the resort's beaches, they'll be hoping the world is watching.
The message is loud and clear: The beaches are fine. Come on down!