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.
Angelo Scoppa, of Mays Landing, is hoping to get a full-time job
as an accountant. Until then, he’s getting lots of practice by
doing free tax returns at the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance site
at the Family Success Center in Hammonton.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Vietnamese aircraft
spotted what they suspected was one of the doors of a missing
Boeing 777 on Sunday, while troubling questions emerged about how
two passengers managed to board the ill-fated aircraft using stolen
TRENTON — Two key figures in a political
payback plot that has overshadowed Gov. Chris Christie’s
administration for two months will attempt to convince a judge that
they should not be forced to turn over documents to a legislative
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.
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.
LOWER TOWNSHIP — It’s easy to do a double-take when seeing a new sandy-colored Humvee at the World War II Naval Air Station Wildwood Museum here at the Cape May Airport. After all, the U.S. military didn’t have the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles, also known as Humvees, until 1985.
LOWER TOWNSHIP — Council has temporarily scrapped plans to construct an 800-foot promenade and fishing pier into the Delaware Bay even though it had conditional approval for $1.1 million in grant funding.
SEVASTOPOL, Ukraine (AP) — Russia on Saturday was reported to be reinforcing its military presence in Crimea as Moscow's foreign minister ruled out any dialogue with Ukraine's new authorities, whom he dismissed as puppets.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Two people were in custody after Egg Harbor Township police found what they called an “elaborate” marijuana-growing facility in the basement of house in Hamilton’s Mizpah section Friday morning.
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.
Atlantic County officials plan to revamp the mission of the Atlantic County Improvement Authority, saying the organization has been underutilized and could be a major leader in development projects both across the county and Atlantic City.
Hiring a public safety director in lieu of chiefs was intended to save Brigantine taxpayers money, but a succession of arbitration and court decisions, combined with an impending special election, may prove even costlier.
OXON HILL, Md. — Returning to the national stage for the first time since scandal erupted in his home state, a determined Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday that Republicans must “take on” the media directly as they work to improve the party’s image ahead of the midterm elections.
SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine — Ukraine lurched toward breakup Thursday when lawmakers in Crimea unanimously declared they wanted to join Russia and would put the decision to voters in 10 days — and Russian lawmakers pushed a bill to facilitate a handover. Russian President Vladimir Putin's hand was almost certainly behind the dramatic move, but it was not clear whether he is aiming for outright annexation, or simply strengthening his hand in talks with the West.
BOSTON — A man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of women riding the Boston subway did not violate state law because the women were not nude or partially nude, Massachusetts' highest court ruled Wednesday.
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.
TIM SULLIVAN, Associated Press
YURAS KARMANAU, Associated Press
Posted: March 06, 2014
SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine — Lawmakers in Crimea called a March 16 referendum on whether to break away from Ukraine and join Russia instead, voting unanimously Thursday to declare their preference for doing so.
PLEASANTVILLE — The Planning Board voted down plans Tuesday to relocate outpatient services of a drug treatment and prevention clinic from its Atlantic City Tourism District home to the Pleasantville Shopping Center.