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>>
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>>
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>>
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
The Coalition for a Safe Community met today in Atlantic City to discuss how to get young people interested in careers in law enforcement. More>>
No one was injured in a fire on the 57th floor of the Tropicana Casino and Resort. Firefighters tracked the fire to a bathroom just after 10:00am Thursday. More>>
Police in Wildwood have made another three arrests in the ongoing war against heroin in Cape May County. More>>
A southern New Jersey woman is in custody on charges she tried to kill her three children by driving her car into the Delaware River. More>>
A man and woman from Vineland were indicted for bomb threats made in February of this year that caused the evacuation of two Hamilton Township schools and the Atlantic County Criminal Courthouse, Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced today. More>>
The main union representing Atlantic City casino workers rallied against the "non" union Revel Casino Hotel Wednesday. More>>
Atlantic County Sheriff Frank X. Balles is advising the public today to be aware of scam phone calls being made throughout the county. More>>
A battle is brewing in Atlantic City between the Jitney Association and the hundreds of operators of the iconic rolling chairs that run up and down the boards. More>>
Atlantic City Police officers spent the morning going door to door in one neighborhood hoping to get the word out about the first "Coffee with a Cop" event. More>>
Tuesday night’s wintry weather put a scare into many local farmers, but Wednesday morning, Sam Mento was relieved to find that the night hadn’t been cold enough to hurt his blueberry crop. More>>
A new poll finds New Jerseyans are souring on how the state is handling Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. More>>
The Atlantic City Country Club has been sold to a local company. More>>
Wawa convenience stores are celebrating the company's 50th anniversary, but customers will be getting the gifts. More>>
The man arrested near the Boston Marathon finish line carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker on the anniversary of the bombings was sent to a state psychiatric facility for an evaluation Wednesday following his initial court appearance. More>>
A late night fire had emergency crews battling both the blaze and theelements in Egg Harbor Township. More>>
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>>
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