MILLVILLE — Just when seniors at Millville High School had a long year of reading William Shakespeare, they got something of a break Monday.
VINELAND – An 8-year-old girl who was hit by a car while crossing a busy intersection here on Thursday died on Sunday, city police said.
VINELAND - Two passengers and the driver are seriously injured after the vehicle crashed into a tree on West Wheat Road and North Delsea Drive just after midnight today.
Bridgeton officials will take action Tuesday on a pair of significant steps to restore a popular recreational lake that went dry more than two years ago because of too much water.
A 22-mile pipeline South Jersey Gas is installing to supply the B.L. England power plant with natural gas also will reinforce the fuel supply to about 60,000 customers in Cape May County, all currently served by a single pipe.
BUENA VISTA TOWNSHIP — The 173 members of St. Augustine Prep’s Class of 2013 received their diplomas Sunday, joined by several members of the Class of 1963 — the school's first graduating class.
Cumberland County officials will try to prevent the possible relocation of their social services operations from leaving a large building in downtown Vineland empty.
LOWER TOWNSHIP - New Jersey has agreed to increase the township's water allocation, allowing thousands of homes tapping polluted groundwater or threatened by saltwater intrusion from the Delaware Bay to hook up to public lines.
Jay Rivera sees green every time a car or truck covered in yellow pollen pulls into the Sparklin’ Kleen Car Wash in Vineland.
Fairness for women in New Jersey is still a serious battle in the 21st century and having a woman's voice in the governor's seat would be an important victory, Democratic gubernatorial challenger Barbara Buono said Friday in Atlantic City.
BRIDGETON — A Vineland man is under indictment for allegedly brutally hacking a woman with a machete in 2012.
An 8-year-old girl suffered life-threatening injuries in a motor vehicle accident in Vineland Thursday night.
MILLVILLE — Authorities are investigating a Thursday night incident at a local apartment complex that left a man with multiple gunshot wounds.
Kelsie Macera, of Vineland, never thought she’d be standing in front of her classmates at Cumberland County College delivering the student welcome at graduation.
New Jersey will use $300 million in federal aid to buy out about 1,300 Hurricane Sandy-damaged and flood-prone homes in the state.
Vineland police say the area of South Delsea Drive and West Sherman Avenue was closed for several hours due to a motor vehicle accident involving several vehicles Thursday night.
A Ventnor woman accused of fatally stabbing a Millville man outside her home in December has been indicted on a murder charge.
When the people associated with the Miss New Jersey Pageant describe the event and other local pageants that lead up to the finals as family affairs, they aren’t joking.
MILLVILLE — Local officials are developing a new transportation plan that they say will, if eventually implemented, make it easier and safer for motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians to travel around the city.
BRIDGETON — A jury has cleared a local man of charges that he shot a Millville resident to death in April 2010.
Police departments across South Jersey are preparing for the nationwide “Click it or Ticket” campaign next week, which aims to ensure all divers and passengers are wearing seatbelts.
VINELAND – A local company that provides services for produce growers and businesses nationwide must pay almost $500,000 in back wages and damages to more than 1,700 workers, according to federal officials.
Money earmarked for local affordable housing programs will stay where it is for now, following a ruling by the Appellate Division of Superior Court.
VINELAND — Local officials are trying to make sure the municipality’s first designated downtown bicycle lanes are safe for two groups that often do not coexist well together.
VINELAND — City officials are moving to permanently prevent another hazardous waste-processing facility from operating at the contaminated Pure Earth Inc. site.