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.
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.
MILLVILLE — More than 100 homes and buildings in the city are now better equipped in the event of fires.
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.
OCEAN CITY — Sharon Bell, 61, and Atiya Bell, 30, stepped off a bus near Ninth Street on Sunday afternoon, wearing pink and ready to walk in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K.
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As the number of disasters — natural and manmade — accumulate across the nation, donations are being sought from businesses and residents day in and day out to help the hundreds of thousands of victims.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Democrat Phil Murphy leads Republican Kim Guadagno by nearly 18 points in the race for the Governor’s Office, according to a Stockton University poll released Friday.
The rates of people living with and dying from Alzheimer’s disease are expected to rise, locally and nationally, in the next decade, prompting advocates to spread awareness on the need for research and treatment funding.
ATLANTIC CITY — Mayor Don Guardian officially opened the completed second phase of the Boardwalk reconstruction during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
VINELAND — Police are investigating a reported burglary at the Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
TRENTON — The state Department of Agriculture is urging owners to vaccinate horses after a 15-year-old Cumberland County mare had to be euthanized following the state’s third reported case of a mosquito-borne illness this year.
Tourism in Atlantic City, the Field of Dreams, an update on the policeman recovering from a gunshot to the head and our new meteorologist highlight the latest episode of “-30-,” The Press of Atlantic City’s television show, which airs 7:30 p.m. Thursday and repeats 10:30 a.m. Saturday and Su…
MAYS LANDING — A Bridgeton man pleaded guilty Wednesday to human trafficking for sex with an adult victim, according to Atlantic County First Assistant Prosecutor Cary Shill.
The Cumberland County Improvement Authority bought the site of a former truck and shipping center in downtown Vineland and intends to refurbish the property into a modern business center, officials announced Tuesday.
Aldi will fill hundreds of jobs Wednesday across the state to support its growth of existing stores, as well as to hire for its upcoming stores, including one in Egg Harbor Township.
PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP — The New Jersey Pinelands Commission has begun livestreaming its monthly meetings from its headquarters in the 1.1 million acre reserve.
CAPE MAY POINT — With five of 10 weeks of monarch counts completed, this year is the best for the migration of the butterflies in four years.
ATLANTIC CITY — The owners of the closed Atlantic Club Casino Hotel said Monday they are close to reaching a deal with a buyer.
Some local school districts saw improvements in the latest round of state standardized testing, but many students still do not meet proficiency, according to data from the New Jersey Department of Education.
ATLANTIC CITY — When the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort closed its doors for good, it signaled the continuation of one of the darkest eras in the history of the city.
MILLVILLE — More than 100 smoke detectors will be installed in homes and buildings throughout the city Saturday, Oct. 14.
BRIDGETON — Cumberland County corrections officers and medical staff at the county jail have been credited with saving the lives of four inmates who overdosed Friday, the county’s deputy administrator said.
For oysterman Barney Hollinger, a Delaware Bay conservation plan needs to prevent further erosion of the mouth of the Maurice River, and further filling in of waterways used by oyster boats.
HAMMONTON — Teens and other drivers should understand the blind spots of big rigs and buses for better road safety, said Greg W. Crescenzo, owner of Atlantic Investigations and a retired police officer.
ATLANTIC CITY — Atlantic City has exceeded its limit of borrowing, but not for the reason you might think.