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Shrub-Covered Lot Sells for $5M in NJ Community

Land doesn't come cheap in one of New Jersey's priciest communities. »

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Residents Enjoy 1st Affordable Easter Meal in Years

The Fare & Square Grocery Store is the first non-profit grocery store in the area thanks to Philabundance. In six months it has changed how people in Chester, Pa. buy food. »

What Our Homes May Look Like in a Decade

We know that technology is changing everything around us, but do you wonder what that might look like in reality in your kitchen, bathroom and bedroom a decade from now? »

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City Shutters Well-Known Chocolate Factory

Philadelphia's own Blasius Chocolate Factory has been forced to shut down after allegedly not paying taxes. »

CEO Apologizes for Craft Store Credit Card Breach

The CEO of a craft store where millions of customers' credit cards were possibly put at risk apologized while explaining what his national company is doing to combat the breach. »

Craft Store Michaels Confirms Credit Card Breach

Michaels Stores Inc. says Thursday that about 2.6 million cards used at its namesake stores may have been affected in a security breach but it has received "limited" reports of fraud. »

Fewer Jobs in NJ

There is some good news in this report, looking ahead. »

Local Docs Support 600K Jobs

Doctors in Pennsylvania and New Jersey support nearly 600,000 jobs in the two states and generate $3.9 billion in state and local tax revenues, according to a report. »

College Board Provides a Glimpse of New SAT

Anxious students - not to mention their parents - can get a heads-up for how the redesigned SAT might look in two years. »

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What Our Homes May Look Like in a Decade

What Our Homes May Look Like in a Decade

We know that technology is changing everything around us, but do you wonder what that might look like in reality in your kitchen, bathroom and bedroom a decade from now?

New App Promises Pay for Carrying Out 'Microjobs'

New App Promises Pay for Carrying Out 'Microjobs'

An app, newly launched in the Philly area, offers the users pay to complete small tasks at local discount stores and restaurants.

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