The days are getting cooler and many who have enjoyed cycling this past summer will be putting their bikes away until next year. Not me.
TRENTON — Channels in Atlantic and Cape May counties will be part of a $1.6 million dredging project to repair damage from Winter Storm Jonas, state Department of Transportation officials announced Monday.
The Cape May County Bridge Commission is in the process of installing E-ZPass on its five bridges in the hopes it will ease the flow of traffic for tourists traveling between islands.
MAYS LANDING — A Vineland man is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday on charges of vehicular homicide, assault by auto and reckless driving in the crash that killed Mainland Regional High School freshman Aisling Cooke, of Linwood, and injured four others.
TRENTON — The Republican Governors Association has spent twice as much as its Democratic counterpart in the contest to succeed term-limited GOP Gov. Chris Christie.
MILLVILLE — More than 100 homes and buildings in the city are now better equipped in the event of fires.
ATLANTIC CITY — Sea Tow Cape May helped Sea Tow Atlantic City on Sunday safely recover the sailboat that washed ashore three days earlier at New Hampshire Avenue.
A Somers Point contractor is accused of defrauding homeowners of more than $1 million in federal funding to repair, rebuild or elevate homes after Hurricane Sandy.
DENNIS TOWNSHIP — A Cape May Court House man died Saturday night in a car crash along Route 628, a State Police spokesman said.
NEWARK — Former President Barack Obama is coming to New Jersey to campaign for the Democratic gubernatorial candidate.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, held captive for five years, pleads guilty in connection with disappearance
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Three area college students are hoping to find a mom-away-from-mom using Craig’s List.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — A Paulsboro man was charged Sunday with burglarizing several Rio Grande stores, including two whose windows were smashed.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Four adults were charged in an alleged home invasion and attempt to steal drugs that had been purchased earlier in the day, police said.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP — Rowan College at Gloucester County announced a new program last week that combines education and job training to create skilled workers for local businesses.
UPPER DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP — The national headlines have largely moved on from the devastation Hurricane Maria inflicted on Puerto Rico late last month, but one local resident who recently returned from a trip to the island says the situation is still dire.
ATLANTIC CITY — The U.S. Coast Guard airlifted an ill passenger off a cruise ship Sunday about 13 miles off the coast.
MAYS LANDING — Atlantic County health officials are reminding residents of the importance of protecting their pets with a rabies vaccination after the county’s third rabies case was reported, a spokesperson said.
Three years ago, the superhero/god we knew as Thor was rendered unworthy of wielding his enchanted hammer, and the mortal woman Jane Foster stepped in to fill the role.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Starting Wednesday, Pinelands Regional senior and junior high students will both attend the junior high school due to construction concerns.
KIRKUK, Iraq (AP) — Iraqi Kurdish officials said early Monday that federal forces and state-backed militias have launched a "major, multi-pronged" attack aimed at retaking Kirkuk, as fighting erupted just outside the disputed northern city.
MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — The death toll from Saturday's truck bombing in Somalia's capital is now over 300, the director of an ambulance service said Monday, as this country reeled from the deadliest single attack it's ever experienced.
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In a growing addiction epidemic, pharmacists play a crucial role in prevention and prescribing practices to reduce the number of people who develop addictions to pain medications.
Young talent shined on the beaches of Atlantic City despite the overcast weekend conditions.