Eagles coach Doug Pederson confirmed Tuesday that the Super Bowl champions will be visiting the White House on June 5. Exact details still have to be ironed out, but the team will be honored for winning Super Bowl LII.
Atlantic City Council passed a resolution Wednesday requesting the fare be raised to $1.50 at the Atlantic City Expressway’s Pleasantville Toll Plaza, with the additional revenue going to the city.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a federal ban on sports betting is unconstitutional, thereby paving the way to allow legal wagering on professional and collegiate athletics at New Jersey's casinos and racetracks.
Stone Harbor has shifted from wooden lifeguard stands to aluminum. Should others towns do this?
If the Celtics sweep the Sixers is the season a disappointment?
The Philadelphia Eagles, which has one of the NFL's most liberal owners and whose players spoke out against Donald Trump, have yet to announce details on a White House visit. Should they be invited by the President?
The Sixers announced Thursday that Joel Embiid has a concussion and an orbital fracture of his left eye. He will undergo surgery in the next few days to address the fracture. He has also been placed in the NBA’s concussion protocol. Will he play again this season?
The Phillies will have a new look this season, but will they make the playoffs?
New Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett has been indicted on a felony charge of injury of the elderly after allegedly shoving a 66-year-old paraplegic woman at Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas, in 2017. What should the Eagles do with him in wake of the allegations?
The Phillies will have a new look this season, but how many games will they win?
It has been a year since bail reform was implemented. It cut New Jersey's pretrial prisoner population 20 percent, but decimated bail bonds businesses and raised costs due to running prosecutor’s offices and pretrial services 24/7. Was reform a good idea?