It's about the last thing you'd expect to see at your local sandwich shop, a man who walks in with a samurai sword.But as several employees at a Cape May County eatery tell us, this scenario was no joke, and they feared for their lives. "I thought we were going to get killed. He said he was going to slice all of us up," said Lee DeBiase, an employee at American Deli on Bayshore Road in Lower Township. It all happened around 6p.m. Monday evening, when 43-year-old Ryan Crump walked into the de... More>>
It’s an agreement, and more importantly, an end to a dispute that will keep three of Wildwood's biggest summer events on the beach in 2014.
It’s an agreement, and more importantly, an end to a dispute that will keep three of Wildwood's biggest summer events on the beach in 2014.More>>
Tuesday afternoon, Tropicana President and C.E.O. Tony Rodio made his pitch to some of Atlantic City’s biggest decision makers. More>>
Atlantic County Sheriff Frank Balles says the results of the new permanent drug collection box in the Atlantic County Superior Courthouse in Mays Landing have been overwhelmingly successful. More>>
With midnight being the deadline to file your 2013 tax return, local accounting firms were busy with customers throughout the day. More>>
We here in South Jersey were not able to see the "blood moon" overnight due to cloud cover, but other parts of the world got to take a look at the total lunar eclipse. More>>
New Jersey taxpayers are paying five law firms to represent state employees as lawmakers and prosecutors continue to investigate lane closures near the George Washington Bridge. More>>
Authorities say a domestic violence incident that allegedly involved a handgun in the unit block of West 9th Street around 8 o'clock this morning, resulted in a county-wide response. The Route Route 52 causeway in Somers Point heading into the city was shut down by police until the situation was resolved. More>>
The Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA) and the City of Wildwood announced today that an agreement has been reached by the two entities to keep two Beach Blast soccer tournaments and the Beach Jam camping event set to take place on the Wildwood Beach as scheduled.
Authorities say another person has died following a series of violent events in the city late Sunday and into Monday. Police say 39 year-old Arthur Rease of Vineland succumbed to his injures early Tuesday morning, after being shot in the back with a semi-automatic rifle at his Park Avenue residence. He is the second to die following two double-shootings that police believe may've been retaliatory following a home invasion. More>>
A New Jersey casino is reimbursing players in a poker tournament that was suspended after counterfeit chips were discovered. More>>
One local fire company took time to prepare for scenarios that they hope will never happen. The Bayview Volunteer Fire Company held their monthly training at Imagination Station Park in Galloway Township. "A simple fire could turn into an inferno just in a minute. Boom it could happen. These guys have to be prepared," said Chief Chuck Mackintosh of the Bayview Volunteer Fire Company. Training to save lives. "When we have to replicate this in a real situation, we not only have to preserve ... More>>
The children – and adults – in attendance Monday were all smiles as they saw for the first time the Atlantic City Free Public Library’s new Makerspace. More>>
The FAA Technical enter was host to the "Student Innovation Through Education" science competition today. Participating students have already won their school competitions and are now competing for a regional title. Students of all ages showed off their projects, either an innovation for an existing product or an entirely new invention. As education specialist Mary Moyer tells us, these projects help foster a spirit of creativity in the students."The skills of creativity are ones that are goi... More>>
The owners of a chain of landmark New Jersey shore pizza places have pleaded not guilty to charges they face in a federal tax case. More>>
An Atlantic City, N.J., man admitted today to engaging in a conspiracy to distribute heroin with the “Dirty Block” criminal street gang that allegedly used threats, intimidation and violence to maintain control of the illegal drug trade in Atlantic City. More>>
New Jersey casino regulators are scheduled to report how much money Atlantic City's casinos brought in during March. More>>
For the fourth straight year, the Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) is ranked as one of the 100 Best Fleets in the 2014 “100 Best Fleets in North America Program.” More>>
Authorities say one person was killed and four others were injured in a two-car crash in Estell Manor Sunday night. More>>
On this Sunday, a sad day for the congregation of one South Jersey church.Goshen United Methodist church closed it's doors after nearly 100 years of worship services. The pastor, Gerri Ridings, says the cost to maintain the church increased while membership slowly decreased over the years causing the church to close. "The important lesson for people who are going to be watching this. Support your local church, show up there and don't stay home and then wonder why'd this happen?" said P... More>>
"Everything was destroyed. Everything," said Millville resident Theresa Norton. "My aunt came screaming outside because she saw flames. We then walked down here and there was a big fire," said Millville resident Savannah Norton. Around 2:30p.m. on Sunday afternoon, Millville Fire Department responded to a structure fire on East Pine Street. "I was hoping that it didn't blow up or anything. I was hoping that no one got hurt in there," said Norton. Officials then called three other local fire ... More>>
When military personnel are being deployed or sent off to training, they have a laundry list of things to get in order before leaving. That includes what to do with their family pet. More>>
"It's National Garden Month. The weather has finally gotten warm. It's time to get out and start getting your lawn all cleaned up," said Shawn Jones, assistant manager at McNaughton’s Garden Center in Somers Point. More>>
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center celebrated Seal Day by giving guided tours of the rescue and rehabilitation facility along with educational demonstrations. More>>
Over 7,000 candy filled plastic eggs were dropped from a helicopter today. In Somers Point many came out to get in on the Easter egg hunt. More>>
In Commercial Township, a large effort to help the environment and preserve a declining animal population was made.
An Atlantic City casino is suing a famous gambler, claiming he won $9.6 million in a card-cheating scheme. More>>
It’s arguably television’s first reality show.Created in 1947, Candid Camera has been making audiences laugh for almost 66 years. More>>
The New Jersey Public Interest Research Group analyzed five years of air passenger complaints with Spirit generating the most. More>>
The man accused in a fatal shooting last month in Port Norris was arraigned Friday. More>>
In Cape May County, an investigation is underway into an early morning stabbing at a Sea Isle City condominium complex. More>>
Emergency crews responded to a glass distribution facility in Mays Landing this morning, after fire was seen coming through the roof.
Emergency crews responded to a glass distribution facility in Mays Landing this morning, after fire was seen coming through the roof.More>>
The Olympics have come to Ocean City ... but it's not what you think. More>>
Boardwalk businesses like Playland's Castaway Cove were the scene of last minute preparations as the amusement park prepares to open this weekend." More>>
Earth Day may still be a few weeks away, but students at one Cape May County school are getting a head start.
In Atlantic City, a group of volunteers gathered in an effort to help clean up one of Atlantic County's main thoroughfares. More>>
East Windsor Township Police Department seeks your help in locating a missing "at risk" person: Phillips Brooks, 81, white male, 5'7", 150 lbs., blue eyes, gray hair on sides (bald). More>>
A New Jersey police officer has been charged with official misconduct and aggravated assault after he allegedly let his police dog bite a woman during an arrest. More>>
Blake Shelton will perform at a free beach concert in Atlantic City this summer. Atlantic City will host the event with the International country music star and judge on NBC's The Voice, on July 31st. More>>
A FedEx tractor-trailer crossed over a grassy median on a Northern California freeway and slammed into a bus carrying 44 high school students in an explosive crash that left 10 people dead, authorities said. More>>
A superior court judge is allowing a lawsuit by an Atlantic City councilman alleging malicious prosecution by the state attorney general's office, to move forward. More>>
As a young man, Joe Matter hunted the bobwhite quail.
Now, he’s helping to repopulate this threatened species.
Building a better pizza, believe it or not, can be done and it has by a local sixth grader.
A fire near a wooded area in Maurice River Township had emergency crews from throughout the area spring to action. More>>
It was a look inside the activities of Mayor Don Guardian's administration as department heads outlined progress made in the first 100 days of Mayor Guardian’s time in office. More>>
Police in seaside heights are the first in new jersey under a pilot program to save a life using an antidote to heroin. More>>
New Jersey officials have fined 53 gyms for failure to register or selling long-term contracts without maintaining required security bonds. More>>
The second year of the "Do AC" promotional campaign helped increase positive perceptions of Atlantic City among residents of nearby states. More>>
The Garden State Parkway and the Atlantic City Expressway are two of New Jersey’s most well-traveled roads, but all that traffic can lead to backed-up, congested roadways. More>>
"All in all I think its going to be a good move."That is the reaction of Commander Terry Johns of the Coast Guard Cutter Vigorous, a cutter that will soon be transferring homeports from Cape May to Little Creek, Virginia. More>>
The Atlantic City Long Term Recovery Group received a generous gift that will help veterans and their families.
Workers have manually shut down the "Salem 1" nuclear power plant after they saw low steam generator water levels. More>>
In Cape May Wednesday, Coast Guard members are dressing up to stand up against sexual assault. More>>
In Lower Township, officials want to re-engineer some of the streets that border the Delaware Bay Beach, by building a paved path next to the road. More>>
President Barack Obama returned to the grieving Army post Wednesday where he first took on the job as the nation's comforter five years ago, mourning at Fort Hood with families and uniformed comrades of those killed during last week's shooting spree. More>>
On Wednesday the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit, and the United States Marshal’s Task Force captured Errick Young, 20, of Millville, NJ. More>>
Autopsy results have led officials to suspect two men in southern New Jersey died after overdosing on heroin. More>>
A two-alarm fire in the Old City section of Philadelphia left one firefighter with minor injuries this morning. More>>
A doctor says some victims of a multiple stabbing at a high school near Pittsburgh have suffered injuries classified as life-threatening, though all are expected to survive. More>>
Atlantic City's main casino workers' union says Revel Casino Hotel is worth between $25 million and $73 million. More>>
Dribbling the basketball for the youth in Atlantic City. "The guys on my team love playing basketball and we play pick up games a lot. It's a win, win. We get to support the community and do something that we love," said Joe Lodsie, an employee at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City. It's the second annual Charity Basketball Game hosted by the Greater Atlantic City Chamber. The proceeds from Tuesday night's tournament will be donated to the Atlantic City Day Nursery. "Early childhood development... More>>
A Cumberland County man will spend 60 years behind bars for murdering a Vineland man. More>>
Police have arrested two men wanted for a shoplifting incident that was all caught on camera. More>>
An overturned dump truck shut down two local roads Tuesday afternoon in Hamilton Township. More>>
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey was host to the annual Youth Summit. More>>
The Cape May County Office of Emergency Management held a "Sports and Special Events Incident Management" course for emergency personnel. More>>
Two New Jersey men pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide for racing on the highway and causing the 2011 single-vehicle crash in Egg Harbor City that killed a 19-year-old woman. More>>
Officials with the Community Food Bank of New Jersey say the need food continues to grow, and that need is being met thanks to a restaurant chain that's stepped up to the plate. More>>
In the nearly 18 months since Hurricane Sandy, volunteers have made themselves essential to rebuilding efforts in Atlantic City. More>>
A Ventnor woman was indicted for the murder of her husband after a six-year missing person investigation led to the discovery of the victim’s remains in the woman’s closet, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced today. More>>
A New Jersey forest fire that blackened more than 1,600 acres is now contained. More>>
A New Jersey company is appealing the state's rejection of its plan to build a wind farm off the coast of Atlantic City. More>>
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