WAYNE — The top two party candidates in New Jersey's gubernatorial race disagreed in their final debate Wednesday over how to address the state's property tax, and walloped each other on the GOP's handling of the state's economy and the Democratic candidate's plan to pay for his promises.
South Jersey is on track to once again lead the state in total spending for the general election, with one race poised to shatter records and siphon money from other contests in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties.
CHATSWORTH — Six Pine Island Cranberry Co. workers, dressed head to toe in protective gear and waders, pushed 300-400 pound reel harvesters, or “knocking machines,” through thigh-high water in a bog, while a lead man checked for deep holes Tuesday.
Eagles defensive end Chris Long has decided to play this entire season for free.
MAYS LANDING — Nicholas Garreffi, of Vineland, was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in jail by Judge John Rauh for the Aug. 30, 2014, crash that killed 14-year-old Aisling Cooke in Hamilton Township.
ATLANTIC CITY — Music fans accustomed to seeing rock star Jon Bon Jovi on a concert stage in front of thousands in the resort received a chance to experience him in an intimate ballroom Tuesday if they were contributors to Democrat Phil Murphy’s run for governor.
PLEASANTVILLE — A Corvette crashed into The Press of Atlantic City building Tuesday afternoon, shattering two large windows and knocking over cabinets.
The Vineland High School football team will get a taste of prime time football this weekend.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority Board of Directors on Tuesday approved its 2017-18 operating budget, which decreases spending by more than 14 percent.
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.
After a few days away, I am happy to be back to talk about this fall-like stretch of weather we have coming up.
Eleven-and-a-half hours of competition capped by one exciting final allowed the Ocean City High School surf team to defeat more than 12 others at the National Scholastic Surfing Association Northeast High School Championships in Spring Lake on Sunday.
The Cape May County Bridge Commission is in the process of installing E-ZPass on its five bridges in the hopes it will ease the flow of traffic for tourists traveling between islands.
Join The Press of Atlantic City on Tuesday as we discuss the ongoing investigation into the state health-benefit fraud case that has gripped the region.
The Green Bay Packers signed Holy Spirit High School graduate and quarterback Joe Calla-han to their active roster, the team said Monday.
As a potentially historic Supreme Court hearing on the future of sports betting edges closer, two South Jersey congressmen are asking the House Judiciary Committee to conduct oversight hearings regarding what to do if it’s approved.
LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Starting Wednesday, Pinelands Regional senior and junior high students will both attend the junior high school due to construction concerns.
ATLANTIC CITY — The U.S. Coast Guard airlifted an ill passenger off a cruise ship Sunday about 13 miles off the coast.
The investigation into state health benefits fraud does not fit typical criminal schemes.
In a growing addiction epidemic, pharmacists play a crucial role in prevention and prescribing practices to reduce the number of people who develop addictions to pain medications.
NEW YORK — Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick filed a grievance against the NFL on Sunday, alleging that he remains unsigned as a result of collusion by owners following his protests during the national anthem.
It has been seven months since Jim Wynkoop came on board as the general manager at Boardwalk Hall.
ATLANTIC CITY — Tonya Wright is already envisioning a red carpet runway stretching down the middle of the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University.
ATLANTIC CITY — Jean Burbee and Michelle Tomko, of Atlantic City, “chalked” their way down the sidewalk Saturday outside the Brighton Avenue School.
ATLANTIC CITY — Entering or exiting the city from Ventnor now just got a little more attractive, thanks to two locals.
Contrary to popular belief, not all acts of violence and stupidity in the stands at NFL games occur at Lincoln Financial Field.