This holiday season, those who give so much to their countries are getting a little something in return. Actually, in some cases, it's a pretty big something. The Trees for Troops program is spreading holiday cheer across the country this Christmas. More>>
We've heard of a white Christmas, but this is more along the lines of a "wet Christmas.""Santa Seal" made a visit to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine Friday afternoon.
High school students deciding on their future had the chance to explore different careers today in Egg Harbor Township. More>>
In Millville, fire ripped through a duplex early Friday morning, destroying the building and leaving nine people homeless. More>>
As the holiday's approach, donations at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey are going out as quickly as they come in." More>>
Another medical ribbon cutting today with a nationally known designer and architect using his personal experience to make the state of the art building work for the patents. More>>
Cape May Court House, New Jersey - Cape May County Prosecutor Robert L. Taylor and MiddleTownship Police Chief Christopher Leusner announce the arrest of two local residents during theexecution of a search warrant in the Rio Grande section of the Middle Township. More>>
Longport Media’s 103.7 WMGM Rocks’ Operation Help event, and 1400 AM WOND’s “Angel of the Airwaves” Barbara Altman collectively raised over $12,735 in monetary donations and 2.2 tons of food supplies for families in need this holiday season. More>>
Congressman Frank LoBiondo got a behind the scenes look at some of South Jersey's newest high tech medical equipment. More>>
A pedestrian was struck by a school bus at the corner of Florida and Atlantic Avenues in Atlantic City, police say. More>>
New Jersey's Supreme Court has ordered Atlantic County's surrogate suspended without pay for two months for hosting a political fundraiser and for driving while intoxicated. The suspension, which begins Jan. 1, applies to Jim Curcio's judicial duties and not his administrative duties. More>>
Officials from the Red Cross were also on the scene assisting victims early Friday morning More>>
There were terrifying moments for a local woman after she's robbed and carjacked in the parking lot of a shopping center. More>>
Large posters were on display as project officials from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority fielded questions from a curious public. More>>
Atlantic and Cape May Counties have a few new faces who will be taking on attorney duties for cases that come through their courts. Thursday, several newly sworn in attorneys stood before the State Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez, who presided over the ceremony, making their next step into the field of law, official.The ceremony was held at the Atlantic County Criminal Courts Complex in Mays Landing. More>>
The Atlantic City Police Department is welcoming the newest additions to its civilian squad.Tonight was the graduation ceremony for the 18 graduates of the Atlantic City Public Safety Civilian Academy. The graduates completed a twelve week course on different aspects of police work, including the bomb squad, K9 units, forensics, and others. The initiative serves to bring a better understanding of how police work is done in the city.Will Glass, Director of Pubic Safety, A.C.P.D. stated, "It sh... More>>
An unusual blood drive Thursday in Cape May County as the donors are all dogs. More>>
On Tuesday morning, Kevin Anderson’s beloved dog, "King," an 8-year-old Australian Sheppard, was struck and killed by a vehicle in front of his Mullica Township home, and now family members are wondering why the driver didn't stop. More>>
Wind Power for a Cleaner America says New Jersey has the best potential on the east coast to capture the alternative energy source. Lawmakers in Trenton say the state is poised to reap all the benefits of the program, but they're frustrated with what they call unnecessary delays that could be costly. More>>
One person was injured after her car ran off the road and caught fire, police say.According to the Hamilton Twp. Police Department, Maria Spear of Mays Landing was driving east on Route 522 near Harley Avenue around 3 p.m. Thursday when she fell asleep and left the roadway, hitting several trees and a utility pole.Her car caught fire and she was trapped inside until police say several good samaritans as well as a member of the Hamilton Twp. Rescue Squad helped get her out. Spear was transpor... More>>
A local restaurant is teaming up with the Hansen Foundation to raise money to help those that are battling addiction. More>>
Atlantic County is making an extra effort to reach out to those residents still suffering from Hurricane Sandy. More>>
More than 25.5 million dollars has been awarded by the Christie Administration to make improvements to schools in Atlantic, Cape May, and Cumberland Counties. More>>
The eighth man involved in an identity theft ring that withdrew more than $150,000 from TD Banks in New Jersey is now behind bars. More>>
Vineland Mayor Ruben Bermudez is fighting back after a group of residents unhappy with his administration began the process of recalling him last month. More>>
Atlantic County is welcoming Atlantic City's Mayor- Elect with an open door. More>>
The Coast Guard’s senior most enlisted member completed a two day visit with recruits and staff at Training Center Cape May and its tenant commands Wednesday. More>>
Lower Township Police report three adults were charged and arrested as a result of a two and a half month long investigation, which began on September 5, 2013. More>>
In a joint investigation between Lower Township and Middle Township Police Departments, a week long burglary investigation ended with the execution of a Search Warrant and arrest of one adult, along with three juveniles taken into custody. More>>
Decorating the Christmas tree is one of the traditions of the season, but proper care and attention is needed to make sure your holiday is free of any disasters.
A Cumberland County Rabbi was honored for his years of service to his community. More>>
Officials in Atlantic City say they've literally been able to buy some time to delay, and hopefully avoid, what would be the largest layoff in the fire department's history. The chief says it’s only a temporary solution, but they’re hoping it’ll be enough until a different plan comes together. More>>
It was a day to make a difference in Atlantic County as dozens of volunteers gave their time to give back to the community that supports them. More>>
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Atlantic City Electric is reminding residents and local businesses to watch out for scams this holiday season. More>>
In Cape May County, officials are recognizing the past while at the same time looking ahead to the future. With the establishment of a new historic district there, officials hope it will encourage future economic development. More>>
New Jersey's high school graduation rate has edged up for the second year in a row. More>>
Cumberland County College has been named as one of the best community colleges in the country."Washington Monthly" ranked the college at number 29 on their annual top 50 list.
Buena Vista Township residents and officials celebrated the end of a court battle between the township and several of its businesses. More>>
Atlantic City's promotion of Deputy Police Chief Henry White to the position of Police Chief is on hold due to paperwork. More>>
The Pinelands Commission is preparing to vote on a plan that would allow South Jersey Gas to run a natural gas pipeline through part of the Pinelands, but not before hearing from the public More>>
NBC's hugely popular talent show is heading to our area to see if "Atlantic City's Got Talent." More>>
The Stone Harbor Borough Council unanimously approved a conceptual plan of a new “Stone Harbor Freedom Park” that will be located between 96th Street and Seng Place. More>>
It's called "Giving Tuesday:" a day to help those that are in need this holiday season. "We have Black Friday and everybody's shopping, and we have Cyber Monday with all of the deals. So we look at Giving Tuesday as the day to give back," says Michelle Chalmers, CEO of Gilda's Club South Jersey.But on this "day of giving," the club received no donations. "You kind of expect to get something back, especially when it's promoted so heavily," says Chalmers. "We need donations to keep doing the wo... More>>
Giving Tuesday is the newest so-called holiday to follow Cyber Monday, Black Friday, and Small Business Saturday, but this day has a completely different meaning behind it.
Atlantic City's newest police chief will be named on Thursday morning. More>>
The only executive director ever to serve the Atlantic City Municipal Utilities Authority is retiring.
More than a year since Hurricane Sandy, many residents along the Bayshore Community feel as though their cries for help have not been heard.
GQ Magazine has named Governor Chris Christie as their "Boss of the Year".
A new study suggests that the state may see crime drop with policies that would avoid sending parolees back to prison for minor violations. More>>
Atlantic City Police have eight people in custody following a shooting, but they're still searching for the victim.
One person was injured in a shooting in Atlantic City Tuesday afternoon, police say. More>>
The rollover crash also knocked out power and caused traffic delays near a busy service area More>>
Music was in the air at Absecon Manor Nursing Home Monday night, as the home held a ceremony to light their Christmas tree. More>>
CORBIN CITY -- Project Love Cards is an organization dedicated to sending holiday cards and packages to soldiers overseas.Since 2009, the organization has been sending soldiers a taste of home, with care packages featuring Johnson's popcorn and Shriver's salt water taffy.To meet their goal of sending 2000 letters to troops overseas, Project Love Cards teamed up with "Let's Party Painters" for an event where the community could write out cards for soldiers.Staff at the store say it's important... More>>
The expiration of a federal grant is forcing the fire department to layoff dozens of firefighters. Atlantic City Fire Chief Dennis Brooks tells NBC 40 that come December 4, the expiration of the Federal S.A.F.E.R. grant will force the department to lay off 51 firefighters. Eight more will be demoted.
The expiration of a federal grant is forcing the fire department to layoff dozens of firefighters.
Atlantic City Fire Chief Dennis Brooks tells NBC 40 that come December 4, the expiration of the Federal S.A.F.E.R. grant will force the department to lay off 51 firefighters. Eight more will be demoted.More>>