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A Look Back at Atlantic City Boardwalk [VINTAGE PHOTOS]
The American boardwalk was born in Atlantic City in the late 1800s. Eight feet wide, one foot high and a mile long, the original boardwalk was open to the public on June 26, 1870 and has been a popular location for tourists ever since. Here's a look back at some postcards and photos from the early years in Atlantic City.
Sweeney on Marriage Equality in NJ: It Would Pass with GOP Help
Sen. President Stephen Sweeney (D) said today that NJ's gay marriage bill would pass if Gov. Chris Christie allowed the Republicans to vote for it, and said that Democrats are currently trying to collect the Republican votes necessary for an override of Christie's earlier veto.
Northbound Parkway Delays Persist Due to Water Problems on Roadway
2:45 p.m.: A disabled vehicle is blocking the right lane on the Parkway northbound near Exit 91/ Cr-549 and traffic is stopped from Exit 83 / Route 9. 2:34 p.m.: The two right lanes are still closed on the Parkway northbound due to flooding in Wall Township and motorists are urged to use caution between Exit 98/ Route 34 ramp and Exit 98 / I-195 / Route 138...
Top Chefs at NJ101.5 Reveal Secret Recipes for Memorial Day Weekend
Looking for recipe ideas for this Memorial Day Weekend? Well here they are. We’ve pried these secret recipes from the top chefs here at NJ101.5 to bring you their most guarded, family-favorite recipes for this Memorial Day.
NJ Hospital Tech Accused of Improper Touching of Medicated Patient
A technician at John F. Kennedy Medical Center has been arrested and charged for allegedly improperly touching a patient who was medicated and undergoing a heart monitoring test.
Gang Member Who Locked Girlfriend in Bedroom Gets Jail Time
A Paterson man was sentenced today in connection with an August 2012 incident where police discovered his girlfriend locked in a bedroom at his home.
Help NJ101.5 Support Autism Awareness in the Garden State
New Jersey 101.5 is going blue on Facebook to show its support for 2013's World Autism Awareness Day and we urge you to join the effort.
Vintage Valentines: A Collection of Bizarre, Creepy, Cute Cards 1800s-1950s
You can't blame Hallmark for the tradition of card-swapping and gift-giving on Valentine's Day in America.
Senator Challenges Mayors on Red Light Safety Claims with New Bill
If New Jersey's red light camera program is all about safety, then the money collected from tickets should go to directly into a safety fund, instead of bolstering municipal budgets and using citizens as "cash cows", Sen. Michael Doherty announced today.
Stripper, 17, Was Given Booze to ‘Loosen Her Up'; NJ Bar’s License Suspended
NATIONAL PARK, NJ - A bar's license is suspended after alcohol control investigators discovered that a 17-year-old stripper was being served drinks "to loosen her up" for work at the establishment.