People lined up out the door Monday afternoon at the library in Cape May Court House for one thing and one thing only: the flu vaccine.
The Pinelands Municipal Council will meet Tuesday night to hear about the “NJ Lands Blueprint Project,” a Geographic Information Systems tool for land use and preservation.
Support for legalizing sports betting nationwide continues to grow, according to the results of a national UMass Lowell-Washington Post poll released Tuesday.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Absegami High School Marching Braves, under the direction of Jon Porco, will host their 36th annual Indian Summer Band Competition this weekend.
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.
CAPE MAY — The city’s new beach safety committee has made big strides with education initiatives and changes to local policy, officials said.
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.
CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — In a preview of what’s to come in the criminal trial of former Ocean City High School Athletic Director Christine Lentz, the defense and prosecution spent Monday sparring over technical details of the evidence and the role of key witnesses.
Clean Water Action released its 2015-17 legislative scorecard on Monday, showing Democrats’ overall scores rising this session, and Republicans' falling, based on how they voted to protect the environment.
Drug prevention and education organizations in Cape May County want parents, guardians and family members to be able to recognize substance abuse and addiction in their children.
Warm, humid conditions should persist Monday. Highs should reach well into the 80s away from the ocean as immediate coastal areas hang near 80 degrees. Overnight lows should struggle to dip below the upper 60s as light winds flow in from the ocean.
Community religious leaders often serve as the first points of contact for families and individuals struggling with mental-health and substance-abuse issues, and South Jersey experts are working to support those leaders with resources and education.
BRIGANTINE — Addressing the current state of addiction treatment and mental health issues, former congressman and Brigantine resident Patrick Kennedy shared stories of his own struggle Sunday as well as steps he continues to take to help others in similar situations.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — About 260 Holocaust survivors who came to South Jersey to rebuild their lives after World War II were remembered Sunday in a ceremony at Rodef Shalom Cemetery.
The black rail has been a rare bird in New Jersey for decades, but now the shy, small bird of the high marshes is even more difficult to find.
Alicia Oatman has been singing in the church since she was 6 years old.
Warm and humid conditions should continue Sunday across the region.
CAMDEN — A Margate doctor admitted Friday morning to more than $24 million in prescription fraud in connection with a large-scale federal investigation.
NORTH WILDWOOD — The sounds of bagpipes and the site of people dressed in Irish outfits flooded the streets by the ocean this weekend.
Though they were dripping in sweat, Matt Hennessy and his friends were all smiles.
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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.
Incumbent Democrats in New Jersey’s 1st Legislative District hold commanding leads over their Republican challengers less than two months before Election Day, according to a new poll from the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University.
CAPE MAY POINT — Her friends aren’t surprised when Rebecca Zerlin suddenly calls out “Monarch!” when they are driving with her.
Teams of runners made their way north Friday as part of a four-day effort to remember New Jersey’s fallen soldiers.
The Wildwoods’ annual Irish Fall Festival is by no means a small affair. The “largest Irish festival on the East Coast,” it draws in crowds of over 200,000 people, who travel from far and near to enjoy the over 100 vendors. Few, however, look forward to the Irish Festival more than Amy Lough…