ATLANTIC CITY — Music fans accustomed to seeing rock star Jon Bon Jovi on a concert stage in front of thousands in the resort received a chance to experience him in an intimate ballroom Tuesday if they were contributors to Democrat Phil Murphy’s run for governor.
ATLANTIC CITY — Two of the candidates vying to be the next mayor of this city are tallying their endorsements three weeks before the election.
PLEASANTVILLE — A Corvette crashed into The Press of Atlantic City building Tuesday afternoon, shattering two large windows and knocking over cabinets.
State officials last week made 40 recommendations on how legislators, state departments, treatment providers, schools and advocates can more effectively combat the opioid crisis in New Jersey.
What are porgs, and why does Max love them so?
ATLANTIC CITY — The scent of fire-cooked dough and melting mozzarella wafted through the concourse of the Atlantic City Convention Center on Tuesday, the first day of the Pizza & Pasta Northeast expo.
South Jersey Industries will expand its customer base as it acquires two utility companies in a $1.7 billion deal, the company announced Monday.
No level of lead is safe near children, which is why state officials are encouraging New Jersey providers and health leaders to expand testing and treatment for lead exposure.
MAYS LANDING — Nicholas Garreffi, of Vineland, was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in jail by Judge John Rauh for the Aug. 30, 2014, crash that killed 14-year-old Aisling Cooke in Hamilton Township.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority Board of Directors on Tuesday approved its 2017-18 operating budget, which decreases spending by more than 14 percent.
NEWARK — Republican Gov. Chris Christie on Monday endorsed the bid of the state’s biggest city to win Amazon’s competition for a second headquarters.
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VINELAND — The Cumberland County SPCA’s sheltering operations will stop at the end of this year if the organization does not receive financial assistance from Cumberland and Salem counties.
After a few days away, I am happy to be back to talk about this fall-like stretch of weather we have coming up.
CAPE MAY POINT — The cold front that just swept through the region brought with it a plethora of migrating birds, from songbirds to their raptor predators.
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