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.
Presidents Day today is a federal holiday, so many government offices and businesses will close. Here are some places that will — or won’t — be closed.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Transactions are from county property records. Settlement dates are listed; deed filings may be delayed. Location may reflect address of seller rather than property sold. If your property is incorrectly listed, call 609-272-7234.
In a brief return to winter, a fast-moving coastal storm will pass through late Saturday into early Sunday.
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The state Assembly unanimously moved four bills Thursday designed to keep sexual predators out of schools and educate students about sexual abuse.
Since it was implemented last year, criminal justice reform in New Jersey has been touted as a huge success that has bolstered a national discussion about basic fairness, public safety, and law and order as a whole.
State Police are looking for two women they say used counterfeit money in Cape May County.
For the sixth year in a row, the number of students graduating from high school in New Jersey has grown.
High pressure will bring rain showers to an end Friday night. It will then cool us down and set up for a coastal storm that will deliver snow to some of us on Saturday.
Sam’s Pizza Palace in Wildwood packed in customers Friday for its annual President’s Day weekend re-opening.
A Cape May County event promoter accused of stealing $5,000 has decided to temporarily shut down her company.
This will probably be the most active 48 hour stretch in South Jersey this winter. We start with warm rain showers on Friday. Then, high pressure comes in Friday night and we deal with a coastal storm and snow for some of Saturday.
We will go from umbrellas to rock salt over the next 24 hours.
As the community of Parkland, Florida, reels from a deadly high school shooting, South Jersey school administrators and emergency management coordinators are highlighting the importance of safety drills and vigilance.
Temperatures were in the 50s and the word "spring" was on the minds of the workers at Boat World Marina Thursday afternoon. Meteorologist Joe Martucci and photographer Dale Gerhard went On the Road!
LOWER TOWNSHIP – A five-car accident at Bayshore and Ferry roads in North Cape May has resulted in DUI charges for a Villas woman, according to a press release from Lower Township police.
MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Two of America’s most important presidents signed documents that will be on display from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Museum of Cape May County, and the owner of the documents will be on hand to discuss their historical significance, a museum official said.
Legislation to ban offshore drilling in state waters was approved 71-2 Thursday by the state Assembly, its sponsors said.