AtlantiCare, as a member of Geisinger, joined a number of research institutions and health providers in the Greater Philadelphia region this month to form a new group that will streamline clinical trials.
No romaine lettuce, in any form, grown in the Yuma, Arizona, area is completely safe from E. coli, federal officials warn as the disease outbreak grows to affect more than 50 people nationwide.
Temperatures will start out chilly Saturday morning. We are ranging from the mid-30s at the shore to as low as the upper 20s on the mainland. This is 10 to 15 degrees below average, feeling more like late February than late April.
Winter is firmly in the rearview mirror. Now that we can look back, data shows South Jersey ranged from a foot and a half to nearly 5 feet of seasonal snow. So who received the most snow in your county?
POINT PLEASANT — Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday signed a ban on offshore drilling in state waters, just before the start of Earth Day and Earth Week festivities and on the anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill off Louisiana.
The need to protect the Atlantic Ocean against environmental threats — from the prospect of drilling for fossil fuels to plastics pollution and climate change — continues as Earth Day celebrates its 48th anniversary.
For the third month in a row, students across the country and locally are expected to leave their classrooms Friday in a gun-control protest and memorial to the victims of school shootings.
Fifty-five years ago — on April 20, 1963 — New Jersey's biggest forest fire disaster laid waste to much of South Jersey, fueled by drought and winds gusting to 40 mph.
ATLANTIC CITY — Bud-and-breakfasts. Paint-and-smoke nights. Are these the kinds of events the city can look forward to in an age of legalized recreational marijuana?
We had our April showers Thursday.
Marshall Spevak, chief of staff for Atlantic County Assemblymen Vince Mazzeo and John Armato, announced on Thursday that he has accepted a job as the Deputy Executive Director of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.
A Bridgeton man has been charged with possessing child pornography, Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announced in a statement.
A Millville man is facing a five to 10 year prison sentence after being convicted on Thursday of multiple weapons charges, Cumberland County prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announced in a statement.
A state trooper was indicted Thursday on charges he pulled over two women and pressured them to give him their phone numbers and date him, according to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal.
A Lower Township man already in prison for child pornography convictions faces several sexual-assault charges for allegedly attacking a child, Cape May County Prosecutor Jeffrey Sutherland announced Thursday.
Thursday was raw and damp, but April 19th hit two milestones that let us know that summer is coming soon.
An oil tanker at the Cape May Airport went up in flames Thursday afternoon.
NEW YORK — The more than $500 million Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City will open June 28 and feature a summer lineup of more than 60 live entertainment acts, executives announced during a press conference Wednesday.
While most people have an idea of what they want, or don’t want, to happen when they die, few Americans make their wishes known.
MAYS LANDING — The only man left alive who is charged with murder in the 2012 killing of April Kauffman pleaded not guilty Thursday morning during his arraignment in Atlantic County Superior Court.
A Hamilton Township police officer and an Egg Harbor Township resident were seriously injured in a car crash on Route 40 Wednesday afternoon, police said.
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A low-pressure system will pass through Thursday, bringing a round of showers right during business hours.
ATLANTIC CITY — City Council gave initial approval Wednesday to rename the stretch of road near the former Revel Casino-Hotel as “Ocean Beach Boulevard.”
An Asbury Park man was sentenced to two years in prison for his role in a multi-state dog-fighting ring that ran in part out of Millville and Vineland, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito said.
As John Kelly, part of the Cape May Chamber of Commerce, said, we went to Cape May County's favorite uncle, Wildwood! Besides the free and expansive beaches, John shares why this town is a South Jersey special before the Business at the Beach Expo Wednesday night.