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Many employees labor over emails seeking guidance from the boss, only to receive a cryptic reply such as "Great!" or "Sounds good"-or no answer at all.
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In fact, there are hundreds of successful businesses that offer vital goods and services, yet which most people don't think of as franchises.
9 hrs ago | Courier-Post
If you want one last taste of home before jetting off to some exotic location, you can find it in Aldo Lamberti's latest venture, a Trattoria at Philadelphia International Airport.
The chief of logistics who witnessed Fort Dix's transition from basic training in the 1990s to a an enduring power projection training platform that deploys military personnel and equipment for contingency operations around the world retired this week with a total of 44 years of military and civilian service.
Drive, passion, curiosity, creativity, connection and emotional intensity are scientific hallmarks of a powerful and transformative time of life: adolescence, says renowned neuropsychiatrist Dan Siegel.
It's New Jersey's ONLY ALL LIVE -ALL LOCAL-ALL NIGHT SHOW, with me, Jersey Guy Ray Rossi - "el rey de la noche" - merely a guy with a microphone, transmitter, and internet connection.
William Clay Ford Sr., who helped steer Ford Motor Co. for more than five decades and owned the NFL's Detroit Lions, has died at the age of 88. The company said in a statement Sunday that Ford died of pneumonia at his home.
TRENTON - Chronically ill people shut out of New Jersey's medical marijuana program will have to wait another year before the state considers expanding the list of conditions covered under the law, a health department spokeswoman said last week.
CHERRY HILL TWP. - A Philadelphia woman is accused of stealing shoppers' wallets at several shopping centers in the township, and fraudulently using credit cards from several.
A dispute over a parking spot at a southern New Jersey mall ended when one woman bit and almost severed the finger of another woman.
The couple are high school sweethearts and married on March 7, 1959. They have one daughter, Patricia Kurtz, and two granddaughters Christina and Kimberly Kurtz.
If you want to learn line dancing, start with "The Electric Slide." "That's one of the more popular songs," said Lorraine Stepanavage, who has taught line dancing to seniors at the Cherry Hill Community Center for 15 years.
Police say two black females confronted the 42-year-old female victim over a parking space in the lot by the Nordstrom's department store in the Cherry Hill Mall around 4:45 p.m. The argument escalated to a physical altercation and one of the suspects bit the victim on the finger, according to officials.