LONG BEACH TOWNSHIP - For the past 15 years, a 44-foot Coast Guard cutter has called Bayview Park in the Brant Beach section of Long Beach Township home, but later this month it will be moved to the Tuckerton Seaport.
Undergraduate enrollment at Richard Stockton College in Galloway Township reached an all-time high of 7,539 this past fall, an almost 2 percent increase from the year before.
As one of the last survivors of Iwo Jima, 93-year-old Wally Kaenzig often finds himself retelling his tale of one of the bloodiest battles of World War II: to classrooms full of students, to younger veterans, to news reporters.
VINELAND — There is no missing the Vineland Health Department’s anti-smoking crusader when she pulls up to a business in her custom-painted RV.
Last year’s Mid-Atlantic National Cheerleading and Dance Championships were a shining moment for the athletes of Toms River-based gym Spirit Factory, which finished second in the Senior Level 5 category to earn a spot in the national tournament in Orlando, Fla.
Hammonton native Reno Domenico may be “completely Italian,” but he has close ties to Ukraine and was in its capital of Kiev during some of the worst street violence in February.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — To know the Pinelands is to want to protect them.
A congressional panel will examine the national air traffic control system and whether the Federal Aviation Administration’s scientific center may play a greater role to help modernize the aging program.
As the SAT college admissions test gets revamped for 2016, more New Jersey students continue to add the alternative ACT test to their college admissions.
Temperatures will start to rise, and the long, cold winter will begin to recede — but for a lot of local farms, the damage already may have been done.
Good news for those who missed out on, or want more of, Atlantic City Restaurant Week.
The maritime industry is suggesting New Jersey's transportation commissioner concocted an elaborate snow job when he blamed a nearly century-old shipping law for bottling up a 40,000-ton supply of roadway salt.
High school seniors Ashley Ruiz, of Pleasantville, and Georgia Thompson, of Port Republic, cut school every day.
Public and charter schools in South Jersey scored fairly well on the state’s new anti-bullying grading system, but local school officials said the implementation of the law is still a work in progress.
How federal legislators settle the debate over immigration reform will have significant impact on who can pick and harvest fruits and vegetables on South Jersey farms.
NORTHFIELD — Catholics at St. Gianna Beretta Molla Parish were advised to become closer with God as they gathered on Ash Wednesday.
A $600,000 payout for a slain Linwood radio host’s life insurance policies is now in a trust. But whether the money goes to the woman’s daughter or widower will be for a federal court to decide.
Lurking beneath the snow that covers New Jersey’s roadways is another danger for unsuspecting motorists — potholes.
School districts have until March 18 to post on their websites their new anti-bullying “grade” as required by the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act.
WASHINGTON — The House approved legislation Tuesday night to roll back a recently enacted overhaul of the federal flood insurance program, after homeowners in flood-prone areas complained about sharp premium increases.
Temperatures are expected to slowly return to what is considered normal for this time of year in South Jersey over the next few days, State Climatologist Dave Robinson said.
Today is Ash Wednesday, which for Christians marks the beginning of the 40-day period of Lent leading to Easter on April 20.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Local municipalities soon may have the power to haul into court banks that hold foreclosed homes but aren't maintaining them.
New Jersey anglers are upset about getting just $1.5 million for fisheries disaster relief from a $75 million federal appropriations bill.
Snow or no snow, everybody has to be somewhere - and across the region Monday, locals made do any way they could.