It's that time of year when homes will be lit up for the holidays. We're looking for the most creative and visually dazzling holiday light decorations in South Jersey.
A South Jersey shore town has been named the state’s drunkest city.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — In an out-of-the-way warehouse off Delilah Road, the Compassionate Care Foundation grows and distributes marijuana, in full compliance with state law.
Experts agree being in school is a key component to being successful in school, but more than 120,000 New Jersey students are missing too much class time, a new report shows.
The 1.1 million-acre Pinelands National Reserve may be the largest body of open space between Boston and Richmond, but it has a long history of human habitation.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — Hamilton Mall is having a sensory-sensitive Santa event for children on the autism spectrum this year for the first time, thanks to efforts by a Hammonton grandmother.
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At least one state corrections officer at the Harborfields juvenile detention center in Egg Harbor City did not follow rules about when to open locked cells and when to have backup, Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson said Friday.
VINELAND — Lidl, an international discount supermarket chain, opened its first location in New Jersey on Thursday on West Landis Avenue.
The Pinelands Commission has called a special meeting for Friday to discuss a review of the salary structure of its workers, Executive Director Nancy Wittenberg said Thursday.
EGG HARBOR CITY — Four inmates broke out of the Harborfields Juvenile Justice Facility early Wednesday, stole a guard’s car and ditched it ahead of a pursuing police cruiser.
ATLANTIC CITY — From the highs of capping government spending to the lows of a bridge shutdown, Gov. Chris Christie’s legacy is a decidedly mixed bag.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Stockton University Police Department's Interim Chief issued an alert Wednesday morning following the escape of four juveniles from the Harborfields Juvenile Correctional Facility.
A new law signed this week by Gov. Chris Christie strengthens penalties on people who strangle their domestic partners, imposing a longer prison time and a larger fine.
CAPE MAY — Federal fishing regulators may require more commercial fishermen to assist with a program that seeks to protect sea turtles.
CAMDEN — A pharmaceutical representative from Galloway Township on Monday admitted his role in a yearlong scheme that defrauded two state health benefits plans out of tens of millions of dollars for compounded prescriptions.
BERKELEY TOWNSHIP — Ivanka Trump, special adviser to and daughter of President Donald J. Trump, looked out at a small sea of friendly faces Monday at the Bayville fire hall as she touted the impact the Republican tax plan will have on the middle class.
The average hourly count of migrating monarch butterflies through Cape May Point increased to about 95 this year from about 15 last year, according to the Monarch Monitoring Project.
Ivanka Trump will appear in Bayville, Ocean County, on Monday morning to promote federal tax-overhaul legislation that Congress hopes to vote on sometime this month.
South Jersey is home to some of the best places on the East Coast for marshes, plants and animals to survive sea level rise, according to a new study by The Nature Conservancy funded by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
WOODBINE — Chase Jackson grew up in the military town of Norfolk, Virginia.
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission will decide on a new management plan for Atlantic menhaden at a meeting near Baltimore on Monday.
Temperatures at Atlantic City International Airport hit a low of 22 degrees Fahrenheit at about 3 a.m. Saturday morning and stayed there several hours, likely spelling an end to the growing season for late crops like parsley and fennel, according to the National Weather Service.
From laws to protect domestic violence victims to public campaigns to expose its effects on victims, their families and friends, much has changed in a few decades in how these cases are handled.
Robert E. Ford Jr., of Galloway Township, knows firsthand that during and after the Vietnam War, veterans had few services to take advantage of, and most people didn’t care.