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.
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.
As drivers try to make their way around South Jersey, they can see that this winter's weather has exposed any roadway weaknesses and produced hazardous potholes.
In a brief return to winter, a fast-moving coastal storm will pass through late Saturday into early Sunday.
The state Assembly unanimously moved four bills Thursday designed to keep sexual predators out of schools and educate students about sexual abuse.
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.
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.
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!
Legislation to ban offshore drilling in state waters was approved 71-2 Thursday by the state Assembly, its sponsors said.
South Jersey is in what is typically the coldest part of the year, but there are clear signs we’re headed toward spring, beginning with the amount of daylight we see each day.
Ocean County residents can get flu vaccines for free as health officials try to get more people vaccinated during a harsh season.
We are still tracking the potential for a record high Thursday, as well as some snow falling on Saturday as our very active pattern continues.
An investigation by a Monmouth/Ocean task force led to the arrest of five people this month after a two-month investigation involving a large-scale heroin, fentanyl and cocaine distribution network.
The seven-day forecast is a smorgasbord of weather. Warmth, rain, winter cold and even the potential for snow are all on the table.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP — If you drill, you will spill.
Record warmth is expected on Thursday. Temperatures stay well above average for much of the seven day, but a coastal storm will bring hints of winter on Saturday.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will hold New Jersey’s public meeting on proposed Atlantic Ocean offshore drilling for oil and gas Wednesday near Trenton.
Both the temperatures and local rivers have been rising higher. Localized river flooding will continue through the end of the week while temperatures climb into the 60s for Thursday and Friday.
South Jersey and Mother Nature will be in a messy romance Valentine’s Day and for the rest of the week. The thermometer will be feeling the love with warmer weather but a stormy pattern is coming up.
Warmer air returns again, starting on Wednesday and lasting for the rest of the week. Meanwhile, Vineland and Folsom are still dealing with localized flooding.
NEW YORK (AP) — A man who set off small bombs in two states, including a pressure cooker device that blasted shrapnel across a New York City block, was sentenced Tuesday to multiple terms of life in prison.