On Monday, April 21st, Hamilton Twp. Police responded to a report of attempted child luring. More>>
A new poll finds that two-thirds of New Jersey residents believe the state is not back to normal 18 months after Hurricane Sandy. More>>
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is holding its monthly board meeting, two days after it heard from a panel on what it needs to do to improve its accountability and efficiency and restore public trust. More>>
At Boardwalk Hall, fans have a chance to win two tickets to every event held there for one calendar year. More>>
Atlantic City police are looking for a suspect involved in a theft at the Revel Casino. More>>
And officials were called to an accident in Somers Point for a car that hit an electric pole. More>>
An car accident in Middle Township police has claimed a life.
Over 300 teachers from the Egg Harbor Township School District rallied Tuesday night outside of the Alder Avenue Middle School.Teachers in the district have been without a contract since July. "Morale starts to suffer. The staff begins to have uncertainties about their future," said Kathy Waszen, president of the Egg Harbor Township Teachers Association. "We are feeling the pressure of not having a contract and the uncertainty of it. That's why we're here," said Obed Perez, a teacher in the ... More>>
A class at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is linking mathematics and origami. More>>
"I think that's why we're here, this is probably the most important spot in New Jersey for Earth Day," said Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club.That spot lies in the shadow of the BL England plant in Upper Township, a spot where environmental leaders rallied this Earth Day amidst what they say is political pressure to change the Pineland Commission's ruling to not build a natural gas pipeline to the plant."So you have air pollution, you have water pollution then on top of top ... More>>
Three days after a brutal stabbing inside the Hamilton Mall, the man who authorities have charged with the assault, 27-year-old Haniff Cooper, is now in custody after turning himself in. More>>
A car fire shut down Ocean Heights Avenue Tuesday morning in Somers Point. More>>
And a surprise for those inside a pleasantville laundromat this afternoon, when a van comes crashing through the building. More>>
Governor Christie's re-election campaign owes more in legal fees than it has left in its campaign coffers, meaning it will need to resume fundraising to pay its lawyers. More>>
Police say they're looking for a Hispanic man wearing all denim clothing that was likely involved in the shooting More>>
A Brigantine man has pleaded guilty to failing to report over $235,000 of income. More>>
A digital mural with a Mother Nature theme has been unveiled on the exterior of part of Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall. More>>
Anne Arundel County police say a 22-year-old Naval Academy midshipman has been charged with assault after threatening a cab driver with a butter knife. More>>
The suspect wanted in connection with a stabbing at the Hamilton Mall has turned himself in Tuesday. More>>
New Jersey has identified nearly 700 homes it plans to buy and demolish as part of an effort to move people out of flood prone areas. More>>
The winter weather has ended, and now it's officially spring. For those of you with seasonal allergies, a walk in the park might not be the best bet right now. "You want to get outside and you want to do things, but you’re trapped inside. Sometimes it's just more of a pain to go outside and deal with all of the side effects from the allergies. You'd rather just stay inside,” said Monique Korte, a woman who suffers from seasonal allergies. "It has to do with the trees pollinating themselves. W... More>>
When responding to an emergency, every second counts - and to improve response times, firefighters in Linwood are now using a cell phone application to help save lives. More>>
Days after a destructive fire tore through several homes in Sea Isle City, the rebuilding process has begun, but the question still remains as to exactly what caused the blaze. More>>
Although the temperatures may still be mild, experts say now is the time forests have the greatest potential for heating up."Compared to last year, we've definitely been a little busier, but then again, we've been a little drier this year," said Bill Donnelly with the New Jersey Forest Fire Service. "Typically this time of the year, humidity seems to drop a lot lower than they do other times of the year. The vegetation on the ground is in a dormant stage, so there’s no moisture in it."Says th... More>>
New Jersey has fined two Atlantic City casinos more than $107,000 for a series of violations including improper use of security guards and allowing people who had banned themselves from casinos to gamble. More>>
A raid on a Wildwood home takes yet more heroin off the streets of Cape May County.
A road construction project in Middle Township could cause traffic troubles this summer. More>>
The Atlantic County Utilities Authority has released it's annual recycling performance, just in time for Earth Week.
After 11 years in Las Vegas, the championship event of the World Poker Tour is under way in Atlantic City. More>>
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has been named a Father of the Year by the National Father's Day/Mother's Day Council. More>>
The 118th Boston Marathon is under way. More>>
New Jersey residents say their quality of life has improved, that's according to a new Monmouth University poll released Monday. More>>
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York says a third of small businesses in tri-state Hurricane Sandy disaster areas reported financial losses a year later. More>>
Colorful eggs, festive hats, and all things pastel abound this Easter. More>>
The Wildwood boardwalk surged to life Sunday as families hit the boards on the Easter holiday. More>>
"Today it's very busy. We're selling out of everything very quickly," said Linda Myhere, co-owner of Chester's Bakery in Somers Point.For Myhere, it has been a busy weekend. More>>
A 7-alarm blaze ravaged multiple homes in the Jersey Shore community. More>>
A local police department is using social media to help fight crime. More>>
Saturday is National Record Store Day, a day to celebrate your local vinyl shop. More>>
A routine traffic stop in North Wildwood results in the arrest of three Pennsylvania men. More>>
A Cape May County man has been charged with trying to bribe an official with the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority in an effort to get a higher price for his Atlantic City property. More>>
It's the nation's largest arts and crafts chain, and every day at Michaels, countless customers swipe their cards to pay for their crafts – but after learning that 2.6 million customer credit and debit cards, used at Michaels, may have been affected in a security breach, some customers in Mays Landing say they'll think twice about where they shop. More>>
At least four homes were fully engulfed in flames at the area of 78th Street and the beach, and have reportedly burned to the ground. More>>
The men and women of the Atlantic City Police Department hit the streets Friday for a new community outreach program. More>>
A New Jersey woman claims she was denied a license plate proclaiming herself to be an atheist because it might be considered offensive. More>>
At least 12 Sherpa guides at Mount Everest died Friday, when an avalanche swept down a slope at the beginning of the main climbing season.
A powerful earthquake struck Mexico Friday morning. The magnitude 7.2 quake was centered near the resort of Acapulco and was felt in Mexico City as well. More>>
A conviction today for an Atlantic City man charged with the murder of a Pleasantville man in 2012. More>>
Scary moments in Galloway Township, when a tour bus catches fire on a busy roadway.
"They’re going to call Cumberland the comeback community in New Jersey," said Senator Corey Booker, (D) New Jersey.
Shovels sunk into the dirt Thursday afternoon for the groundbreaking of a brand new multi-million dollar Atlantic City Boardwalk retail space. More>>
Chanting and waving signs, dozens of protesters from the National federation of the Blind gathered along the Black Horse Pike Thursday morning, coming to the aid of one of their own. More>>
The new, controversial jitney tram made its debut on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Thursday. More>>
Members of the United States Coast Guard took part in a series of drills today in Atlantic City. More>>
The Atlantic County Sheriff's office held a seminar on Sheriff sales today. Representatives answered questions this morning regarding buying properties that are up for
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