Howard Aaronson, of North Wildwood, shared documents signed by Abraham Lincoln and George Washington with visitors to the Museum of Cape May County on Friday night.
MAYS LANDING — It’s not uncommon for a Marvel movie debut to draw large crowds to local theaters.
WASHINGTON — A year before Donald Trump announced his presidential candidacy, two Russian operatives landed in the United States to lay groundwork for an intelligence operation targeting the legitimacy of the 2016 election.
Stockton University will hold a two-day fundraising marathon to encourage students, faculty and staff, parents, alumni and the community to donate money toward academic programs, the school, scholarships or athletics.
VINELAND — You don’t need to drive 88 mph, or even be behind the wheel of a DeLorean, to travel back to the ’80s and ’90s. Simply walk into the new smoothie and juice bar on Landis Avenue.
Joey DiGilio crouched Wednesday afternoon in a corner of a third-floor classroom at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and tried to quell the rising fear while gunshots rang out and smoke filled the hallway.
Parents and guardians may be worried lately as the flu sweeps through homes, day-cares and schools, and reports of more children falling ill make headlines.
SEA ISLE CITY — Spectators cheered hundreds of plungers at the 38th and 40th streets beaches Saturday afternoon.
BERLIN BOROUGH — Two men have been arrested and charged with starting a fire at a local diner in town, including the restaurant owner, police say.
PARKLAND, Fla. — The Latest on the deadly Florida high school shooting (all times local):
PLEASANTVILLE — The Pleasantville Fire Department is making women’s health care a top priority this month with its second annual health screening event.
National reports say about 10 million adults in America live with a severe mental illness, but the effects reach so many more as parents, siblings and children become caregivers and advocates for their loved ones.
CAMDEN — A Middle Township social studies teacher Friday became the 14th person and the second educator to plead guilty in federal court to his role in a $50 million fraud scheme targeting the state health benefits system.
A suspended Atlantic County doctor has pleaded guilty to drug distribution charges along with additional defendants who admitted their roles in the crime, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner said.
The chilly weather and mixed bag of wintry precipitation is out of the region. We now return to the springlike warmth we had for most of last week, and then some.
The Democratic victories in fall gubernatorial elections are producing one quick change. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy issued an executive order directing New Jersey to rejoin the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. His counterpart in Virginia has put that state on a path to becoming the first…
BRIDGETON — Four men have been charged in the fatal shooting of a Millville man and the wounding of two others on North Pearl Street in August, police said Friday.
ATLANTIC CITY — A recreational vehicle can cost as much as a house at $300,000 or as little as a small car at $10,000.
MILLVILLE — The sister of a man police fatally shot last month said her brother engaged police because he was suicidal.
PERTH AMBOY, N.J. (AP) — Authorities say a New Jersey man was arrested after an exchange of gunfire with police officers in which no one was injured.
Mussels are growing on the bases of the nation’s first offshore wind farm off Rhode Island, creating artificial reefs and bringing new fishing spots and tourism opportunities, according to wind energy advocates.
We are making our biggest stop yet in this week's "On the Road"! I am heading out to South Jersey's largest community, Vineland, as we ask Mayor Anthony Fanucci what makes his city a South Jersey Special. I will have local royalty on my side. Photographer Craig Matthews holds the key to the city.
An easy way for those traveling outside the U.S. this spring to save some money is to apply for a passport as soon as possible.
ATLANTIC CITY — Some people say schools are a reflection of their community, and for Atlantic City, that is true all the way up through the leadership of the district.
As drivers try to make their way around South Jersey, they can see that this winter's weather has exposed any roadway weaknesses and produced hazardous potholes.
In a brief return to winter, a fast-moving coastal storm will pass through late Saturday into early Sunday.