The state Department of Environmental Protection on Tuesday suspended harvest of shellfish from beds near Bader Field in Atlantic City, where a sewer leak was discovered.
Support for legalizing sports betting nationwide continues to grow, according to the results of a national UMass Lowell-Washington Post poll released Tuesday.
SEASIDE PARK, N.J. (AP) — Summer-like weather and unguarded beaches made for a dangerous weekend at the Jersey shore, where three people died after being pulled from the rough surf.
Organizers of a benefit for the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City didn’t let the weather Monday night put a damper on their Dinner Under the Stars at Surf Stadium. The community group “For Atlantic City By Atlantic City” simply moved the pop-up dinner indoors, with cocktails under the o…
One good thing did result from Hurricane Sandy: an updated master plan for Atlantic County.
CAMDEN — Two Burlington County pharmaceutical representatives admitted Monday they submitted fraudulent claims for unnecessary prescriptions, defrauding more than $1.4 million from state health-insurance plans.
ATLANTIC CITY — Miss America 2018 Cara Mund returned Monday to the city where she was crowned to visit two city elementary schools.
ATLANTIC CITY — A sewage leak was discovered Saturday near the west side of Bader Field, the Atlantic County Utilities Authority said Monday.
ATLANTIC CITY — State overseers of the city have asked a a Superior Court judge to reconsider his shutdown of a move to lay off 50 city firefighters, saying the city can’t afford their salaries.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Three people were reportedly injured during a shooting Sunday night at the Brandywood Townhomes/Condominiums.
New Jersey Transit has cancelled two trains leaving from the Pennsauken Station and suspended service on the Atlantic City Rail Line due to a problem with the Conrail Delair bridge.
Sunday's Bike MS: City to Shore Ride will see hundreds of riders reversing course and heading from Ocean City back to Cherry Hill through Atlantic County.
When Cecil Fielder and the rest of the Atlantic City Surf walked off the field at Stade Canac in Quebec following a playoff loss to the Capitales in September 2008, little did they realize they had played their last game.
CAMDEN — A Margate doctor admitted Friday morning to more than $24 million in prescription fraud in connection with a large-scale federal investigation.
ATLANTIC CITY — By dusk in the resort on Monday, a vacant structure will turn into the site of a 1920s-themed dinner under the stars.
April 1996: The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority and Atlantic City Council approve funding for a baseball stadium in Atlantic City, the culmination of a plan Mayor Jim Whelan first announced in 1991.
ATLANTIC CITY — Michelle Carrera barely slept the night before the grand opening of the long-closed Chelsea location of the Boys and Girls Club.
ATLANTIC CITY — A city man was arrested Thursday after he was caught by Boardwalk cameras burglarizing a store, police said.
The Coalition for a Safe Community has been serving Atlantic County for about seven years, offering programs to make neighborhoods safer and relationships stronger.
ATLANTIC CITY — Local and statewide activists gathered Friday night at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School Complex for a rally in support of equitable school funding for struggling school districts around the state.
An Atlantic City man is charged with aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child in incidents involving a juvenile victim over several years, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner said.
Hundreds of Stockton University students, along with faculty and staff, joined in a rally in response to white supremacist flyers posted on the campus over the weekend.
ATLANTIC CITY — For some residents and volunteers, Thursday was a day they could return home to a site that closed in 2014.
An arraignment for Egg Harbor Township endocrinologist Dr. James Kauffman, originally scheduled for Thursday, will be held Sept. 28, according to the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Civil-rights and social justice activist Shaun King will be the guest speaker at Stockton University’s 14th Fannie Lou Hamer Human and Civil Rights Symposium in October.
VENTNOR — The driver of an 18-wheeler tractor trailer mistakenly drove onto the Boardwalk in Atlantic City early Wednesday and traveled more than 2½ miles before realizing he was stuck along the boards.